Skagit Fisheries Enhancement Group

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

News and Events

SFEG Annual Membership Meeting – February 9th, 5:30 – 8:30 PM

Salmon in the Trees -- front cover of book
By Amy Gulick
Published by Braided River, imprint of Mountaineers Books
www.braidedriver.org

It’s time to celebrate! Members, Volunteers, Project Partners and Guests… You are invited to enjoy a salmon barbecue and recognition of the past year’s restoration efforts from our volunteers and landowners! Our Annual Meeting and Celebration is on Thursday, February 9, 5:30-8:30pm at the Sedro-Woolley Community Center. We will be joined by acclaimed nature photographer and author Amy Gulick as Read More …

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Become a Member

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Get involved! Your membership and donations of all sizes power the programs you know and love such as volunteer monitoring and Salmon in the Classroom. • $ 250 Funds one Classroom Field Trip • $ 100 Trains a volunteer to monitor a stream • $ 60 Educates one Student for the entire school year • Read More …

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Earth Day

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Understand. Connect. Be involved. April 22: Celebrate Earth Day with us!  Join us in partnership with Skagit County Parks and several others for a fun-filled day at Howard Miller Steelhead Park in Rockport. This site has had many restoration transformations by SFEG over the past 10 years including riparian restoration through the mechanical (herbicide-free) removal of non-native invasive plants, planting of Read More …

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Potting Party March 25, 2017 10am-1pm

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Potting Party at the SFEG Native Plant Nursery Help us pot new plants for future planting seasons.  From I-5 take the Cook Road Exit #232 and go east; turn left (north) onto District Line Road to Kelleher Road and turn right.  The SFEG nursery will be on your left at the old steel barn (21109 Read More …

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From the Field

Bringing art and science together

Edison student's fish out of water!

During the month of December, the SFEG’s Junior Stream Stewards (JSS) program offers an optional art project to the schools involved, giving the students the opportunity to reflect on what they have learned though the program up to this point. In the past, students have created bookmarks showing the complex salmon life cycle and have Read More …

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