HCSEG is currently seeking volunteer help on a new water quality monitoring program. HCSEG is working with Mason, Kitsap, and Jefferson counties on the Hood Canal Regional Pollution Identification and Correction Program. Our role will be an ambient stream water … Continued
Message from the Salmon Center
HCSEG is seeking a part-time accounting professional. Responsibilities include full-cycle accounting, billing and financial report preparation, accounts receivable, accounts payable, payroll, grant and project accounting,and reporting. A successful candidate will have 5+ years of experience and a bachelor’s degree in Accounting. … Continued
Thanks to a recent donation, we now have a weather station at the Salmon Center! As of now, you can view the info two ways: Current Conditions WeatherUnderground
This week, the Regional Fisheries Coalition (RFC) announced that its annual Paul G. Ancich Memorial Scholarship is again available for graduating high school seniors and college students. Applications for the scholarship are due June 1st. The Ancich Scholarship was created in … Continued
This Friday marks the deadline to apply for HCSEG’s StreamTeam internship! This internship provides hands-on experience in natural resource management for graduating high school seniors and current college students from the Hood Canal region. In addition to a full-time job … Continued
HCSEG is interested in learning more about why our volunteers get involved with the Summer Chum program. We’re hoping you can help us learn more by completing a brief survey at the link below! If you have any questions, please … Continued
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
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
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!
The Hood Canal Salmon Enhancement Group’s 2016 Annual Report is now available! Catch up on our accomplishments of 2016 and learn about new projects and program in the works!