Reserve Your P-Patch for 2018!

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 Starting Up Dec. 20th!

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

Celebration of Life for Dan O’Neal

  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

HCSEG Announces Funding Opportunity for Local Educators

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

Summer Chum Wrap Up

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

HCSEG Receives Environmental Education Grant from U.S. EPA!

Starting October 1st, HCSEG will be able to better serve local students and educators through funding provided by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency! Check out this story from the Kitsap Sun on the grant’s impacts!    

Help Needed on Chum Trap!

HCSEG, in partnership with WDFW, is again conducting the Summer Chum Conservation Project on the Union River through October 15th.Hood Canal summer chum are currently listed as threatened and restoration efforts are crucial for their recovery. To aid summer chum recovery, HCSEG and WDFW … Continued