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
The summer newsletter is here! Read up on all of our recent happenings, as well as upcoming events. This issue includes updates on the Hood Canal Steelhead Project, our many restoration efforts, knotweed control, trail planning, education camps and much more!
Saturday April 2, 2016 • 11-1 PM Come lend a hand at The Salmon Center! Spring is here and it’s that time of year to start working on your garden beds. All 10 of our new concrete raised garden beds have … Continued
Do you like animals? Do you like working outside? The Salmon Center is hiring a Farm Caretaker! The part-time position is open until filled, so applicants are encouraged to get their materials in soon. More details can be found here.
What is the Hood Canal Steelhead Project? The Hood Canal Steelhead Project is a 16-year project (2007-2022) that aims to restore three steelhead populations in Hood Canal while evaluating the effectiveness of hatchery supplementation as a conservation strategy for steelhead. … Continued
Help Your Salmon Center Today!!! Look at this amazing way you can help us “seed” education with our local youth and community members. Please click the link below and donate today.The Salmon Center’s P-Patch Program aims to provide access to … Continued
Do you love animals? Do you live in Belfair or in the Mason County area? Do you have an extra couple of hours in the mornings on Saturdays and/or Sundays? If you answered yes to all of these questions, we … Continued
To honor Kiwanis’ one-hundred year celebration of world wide community service, the Kiwanis Club of North Mason is creating a unified “One-Day” community approach to improve the grounds and trails at our local Theler Center. This Saturday, April 18th from 9:00-3:00, all non-profit groups, … Continued
Interested in native plants? Live along a stream flowing into Hood Canal? We’d like to help! This past fall, we received funding from the Hood Canal Coordinating Council to work with local streamside landowners on increasing native vegetation along our … Continued
The health of salmon habitat is inextricably linked with our food production choices. It is for this reason that the Salmon Center’s garden is Certified Organic, refraining from the use of any pesticides or herbicides that could wash into waterways … Continued