HCSEG is seeking an experienced project manager. The project manager supports HCSEG’s mission by developing, funding and implementing salmon habitat restoration projects in watersheds throughout Hood Canal. All members of the HCSEG staff work collaboratively with other staff across program and … Continued
The Salmon Center strives to deepen the connection between land, people, and salmon through restoration, education, and research. One of the ways we work toward this goal is maintaining a community garden to provide those interested in growing their own … Continued
Heads Up! We are currently working to repair a portion of the Theler Trails. In ther interim, trail users will be diverted onto a small stretch of Roessel Road, so please drive slowly if visiting us!
Our P-Patch Program has grown significantly since it was established in 2013. The Salmon Center aims to provide access to land for community members who have an interest in organic gardening to grow their own produce. This program also aims … Continued
Hot Yoga is starting back up on December 20th! Wednesdays, 6pm | $80 for 8-week program (December 20 – February 27) Join us for an 8-week session of hot yoga at the Salmon Center with Joonbug Yoga instructor Michelle Pugh! A portion … Continued
Join us for a celebration of life in memory of Dan O’Neal on Saturday, December 2nd, at 11:00am at the Salmon Center. Dan was a longtime resident of the North Mason community, and dedicated himself to the recovery of … Continued
This week is a pretty exciting time for us here at HCSEG as we prepare to take part in two crowdfunding opportunities! Over the next few weeks, HCSEG will have two fundraising campaigns going, Support the expansion of HCSEG’s U-pick … Continued
The Hood Canal Salmon Enhancement Group (HCSEG) is pleased to announce its request for environmental education project proposals. HCSEG, with support from the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), is offering funding to support environmental education efforts and field based learning … Continued
Our summer chum monitoring effort on the Union River has come to an end for the season. A big thank you to everyone in the community for lending a hand in our efforts to recover Hood Canal summer chum. We … Continued
Late last week, the Kitsap Sun highlighted HCSEG’s work on the Union and Tahuya rivers to recover summer chum populations. Check it out here!