Salmon in the Classroom Impacting 600+ Students!

As March gets underway, the Salmon Center is wrapping up our Salmon in the Classroom program for the year and preparing for an early-spring fry/parr release. The program, which was featured in the Kitsap Sun earlier this year, is the … Continued

West Sound GreenSTEM Summit!

On Tuesday, June 6th, over 200 students will visit the Salmon Center to learn about other student projects throughout the Hood Canal, and also take part in a variety of activities and presentations put on by community organizations and agencies. … Continued

Salmon in the Classroom Featured in Kitsap Sun

Earlier this week, the Kitsap Sun wrote an article on our efforts to expand the Salmon in the Classroom program to students in Shelton! You can check it out here!

Education Intern Reflects on Summer with HCSEG!

Each summer, HCSEG hires numerous interns to help with education, outreach, farming, monitoring and more. Our upcoming fall newsletter will feature profiles from some of our interns. As a preview, Christine VanDeen, our summer education intern, gave us a snapshot … Continued

Paint and Picnic This Weekend!

Join us at The Salmon Center on Saturday, August 27th for a Paint and Picnic Day! Come share the art of Pleine Aire Painting – join with a group, paint with friends, or on your own! Enjoy nature and creativity, … Continued

Volunteers Needed for Chum Trap!

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

Navy, HCSEG Sign MOU

The Hood Canal Salmon Enhancement Group (HCSEG) and the Naval Undersea Warfare Center Division, Keyport, have signed an agreement to share scientific data and technology while protecting natural resources and national security. The agreement was signed by HCSEG Executive Director … Continued

Ancich Scholarship Now Available!

The Paul G. Ancich Memorial Scholarship established in 2011 by the Washington State Regional Fisheries Coalition in honor of Paul G. Ancich, a dedicated coalition member, lifelong commercial fisherman and a passionate advocate towards the preservation of wild salmon. The … Continued

GreenSTREAM Scheduled for 2016!

Looking for something for your kids or grandkids to do this summer? Look no further! Our GreenSTREAM program is here to help! On Fridays throughout the summer, youth are taken to outdoor spots around Hood Canal to explore the watershed … Continued

Salmon in the Classroom Enters Another Year

This month began another year for Salmon in the Classroom! This WDFW School Cooperative Program provides salmon eggs to classroom aquariums within Washington State, allowing students to fully understand the life cycle of salmon as a crucial keystone species. After watching the 500 … Continued