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February 11 is our “Coho” Anniversary Celebration!

 


Earth Day Event at Bowman Bay

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April 23: Celebrate Earth Day with us!   Restoration and educational events at Bowman Bay in Deception Pass State Park Join us in partnership with Northwest Straits Foundation, Washington State Parks, and Samish Indian Nation for an exciting fun-filled day at the shimmering horseshoe shaped bay. This site has had many restoration transformations in that last Read More …

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Earth Day “Maiden of Deception Pass: Guardian of Her Samish People” Viewing

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Join us for a viewing of the short documentary Maiden of Deception Pass: Guardian of Her Samish People at Padilla Bay Interpretation Center to launch Earth Day with style. Doors will open at 6:30pm and the award winning film will begin at 7:00pm on Friday April 22, 2016, the day before our Earth Day planting event. We Read More …

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From the Field

Field Notes: Winning Student Salmon Art!

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In December 2015 three schools participated in an optional art project where the students created collages out of magazines donated from local libraries. The goal was for SFEG to collectively choose 4-6 of the most creative collages and create notecards with them. Well, the collages were so impressive we couldn’t choose just 4-6 so we Read More …

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Field Notes: The end of a year brings many new beginnings

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I figured that since many people don’t know my story and how my relationship with salmon has grown, I would share it. I have written how my view of salmon has changed and how it has impacted my own life. Showing people how salmon can impact everything around us is what I do, so I Read More …

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Field Notes: Spawner surveys are off to a good start this fall!

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Kelly here, Skagit Fisheries current Washington Service Corps IP. I had the great opportunity last Wednesday November 25 to tag along with Kyle, one of our friendly field staff, on a spawner survey of Marblemount Slough. Let me tell you, THE CHUM ARE HERE! We saw some spectacular fish including about a meter long male. Read More …

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