This past week, King 5 aired a story on the Hood Canal Steelhead Project, a collaborative effort involving state, federal, and tribal agencies, as well as non-profit organizations such as HCSEG and Long Live the Kings. The project is a 16-year … Continued
HCSEG’s 2013 Annual Report is now available. The report, which covers HCSEG’s various habitat and research projects, as well as our education and outreach programs, can be viewed here. If you would like a hard copy, please contact Seth at … Continued
This past Tuesday, our biologist Dave went on 1030 KMAS in Shelton to talk about the Hood Canal Steelhead Project. You can listen to his interview here.
The Hood Canal Steelhead Project, which is entering its seventh year, is getting ready to start again, and we’re looking for volunteers! Volunteers help with daily trap checks and fish sampling at each of the trap sites, Tahuya, Dewatto and Little … Continued
On Tuesday, Febuary 18th, Dave and Julian went on 1030 KMAS in Shelton to chat about one of our exciting new projects, the Hood Canal Onsite Septic Nitrogen Removal Project. To listen to their interview, scroll down to February 18th … Continued
(Belfair, WA) In support of a Washington State Department of Ecology grant, lower Hood Canal shoreline landowners interested in Hood Canal water quality are invited to participate in a project to determine the effectiveness of a new onsite septic nitrogen … Continued
On Monday, February 10th, an editorial was published in the Olympian on how regional fishery enhancement groups (RFEGs) are not only restoring our environment, but also our economy. An excerpt of the article from John Rosenberg, a board member for … Continued
On Tuesday, January 21st, Seth and Michelle went on 1030 KMAS in Shelton to talk about the Salmon in the Classroom program that PNWSC is facilitating once again. You can hear the interview here.
Janice Wagner, a veteran artist and teacher for over two decades, has partnered with the Pacific Northwest Salmon Center to provide creative opportunities for students throughout the year. School budget cuts have eliminated many art classes, however, art education … Continued
This past Friday, Gary Chittim from King 5 News in Seattle joined Dave Kangiser and Seth Elsen to learn about Summer Chum Carcass Surveys. See the story here!