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

 

News and Events

Restoration Technician Assistant Position Open

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AmeriCorps  Position: Restoration Technician Assistant The Skagit Fisheries Enhancement Group is looking for an individual to fill a 1-year 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 Read More …

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Internship Opportunity: Environmental Education Intern

Junior Stream Stewards incorporates field and classroom teaching, as well as service learning.

Are you passionate about conservation and environmental issues? Do you enjoy working with and leading youth, and sharing your knowledge with others? Skagit Fisheries Enhancement Group is looking for you! We are seeking environmental education interns to help with our Junior Stream Stewards classroom program for the upcoming 2015-2016 school year. Internships with Skagit Fisheries Enhancement Read More …

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Wild & Scenic Film Festival

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Skagit Fisheries Enhancement Group presents Wild & Scenic Film Festival October 17, 2015 The Lincoln Theatre, Mount Vernon, WA  We’re currently looking for sponsors to help this amazing film festival come to Skagit County! If you are interested in becoming a sponsor, download a sponsorship opportunities form here.  Learn more about the festival at the Read More …

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Skagit River Salmon Festival

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Save the Date!  The Fourth Annual Skagit River Salmon Festival Sept 12, 2015 Waterfront Park, Swinomish Casino and Lodge 10 am – 7 pm  What could be better to welcome the return of our five Pacific salmon back into the waters of the Skagit River than by celebrating with a fun and family-friendly festival?

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From the Field

Field Notes: Finney Creek

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Over the past couple days, SFEG staff and interns have been completing our annual Finney Creek cross section surveys. If you aren’t entirely sure what a cross section survey is, allow me to explain… but first, a little background on Finney! Finney Creek, a major tributary of the Skagit River, was historically one of the Read More …

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Festival Season: Excellent Eelgrass!

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  Greetings from the field! July brings a host of summer festivals our way in Skagit County. This year, we’re participating in the Concrete Youth Activity Day, Kids R Best Fest, Taylor Shellfishtival, and much more. These festivals are a great opportunity to engage with youth we may not see in the classroom as well Read More …

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New Coat of Paint

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Have you noticed that Skagit Fisheries has a new look? We’re updating our website with a responsive design – try it out on your phone or tablet!

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