Welcome!  The Skagit Fisheries Enhancement Group (SFEG) is a nonprofit organization dedicated to engaging our community in restoring salmon.

News and Events

Community Meeting: Pressentin Park;  July 27 at Marblemount Community Hall  More info

Example bridge & channel from Sultan






Join us for the Wild & Scenic Film Festival on October 22, 2016 at the Lincoln Theatre in Mount Vernon!  Click the link for more information.

Skagit Handbill draft

AmeriCorps WCC Position: Restoration Technician Assistant


The Skagit Fisheries Enhancement Group seeks an individual to fill a Washington Conservation Corps opening. The Skagit Fisheries Enhancement Group is a private non-profit organization dedicated to the restoration and protection of salmon resources.  Our goals are primarily met by educating and involving the community in hands-on stream restoration activities. This position would assist staff and volunteers Read More …

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Skagit River Salmon Festival

This is a FREE fun-filled festival experience for all ages! Located at the Waterfront Park at Swinomish Casino & Lodge this grassy park with snowcapped Mount Baker towering in the distance creates an amazing setting to spend the day celebrating the mighty Skagit River and return of the salmon! Here’s what you can expect to find at Read More …

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Cornet Bay Weeding Party

The planting event at Cornet Bay in Deception Pass State Park on Saturday March 19, 2016 was a HUGE success. 76 volunteers planted hundreds of trees, shrubs, and native beach grasses! There was an extremely impressive improvement and a big thank you is owed to all of our volunteer’s hard work. That being said, there is Read More …

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From the Field

Search and Destroy!

getting wet on the first day surveying for knotweed

SFEG and our Washington Conservation Crew are diving into the Upper Skagit knotweed program!  Stewardship Manager Bengt Miller and Washington Conservation Corps members will spend the bulk of their summer floating the Sauk and Upper Skagit River searching out and destroying knotweed, a highly invasive weed that can damage salmon habitat by outcompeting native riparian Read More …

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