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

News and Events

 

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


Planting Party: Diobsud Creek

Join us for three planting parties this fall to help restore native plants in the Skagit and Sauk watershed! These plants help improve salmon habitat as well as provide water quality benefits. Email outreach(at)skagitfisheries.org to let us know you’re coming, so we can have enough snacks and tools for everyone! All events are 10 AM Read More …

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Planting Party: Burlington

Join us for three planting parties this fall to help restore native plants in the Skagit and Sauk watershed! These plants help improve salmon habitat as well as provide water quality benefits. Email outreach(at)skagitfisheries.org to let us know you’re coming, so we can have enough snacks and tools for everyone! All events are 10 AM Read More …

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From the Field

Blackberry!

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Restoration can be hard work!  SFEG field Staff Stephanie Blevens, Jen Dunn, and Catherine Harris (not shown) battle a 2 acre monoculture of blackberry on private property along Walker Creek.  This is being done in effort to increase the riparian buffer, improve water quality, reduce erosion, and create habitat for the many creatures that live Read More …

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