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

Internship Opportunity: Vegetation Monitoring

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Riparian Vegetation Internship Do you like working outside? The Riparian Vegetation Intern with SFEG staff to monitor riparian plantings in the Skagit watershed and aids in the upkeep of our native plant nursery.  The intern works frequently with SFEG field staff and volunteers to carry out this work and the intern performs tasks such as Read More …

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Scholarship Opportunity

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The Paul G. Ancich Memorial Scholarship provides $1400  in support for a student with goals of a natural science profession within Washington State.  SFEG is one of 7 participating Regional Fisheries Enhancement Groups (RFEGs). Eligibility: This scholarship will be awarded to a graduating high school senior residing in the watersheds served by participating RFEGs, who Read More …

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Cornet Bay Volunteer Party September 20th

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For about 5 years SFEG has worked with partners like Washington State Parks and Northwest Straights Foundation to help restore rearing beach habitat at Cornet Bay. Thanks to our many volunteers, hundreds of trees, shrubs, and native beach grasses have been planted and now we need to maintain a good habitat for them to grow! SFEG will be hosting Read More …

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Bowman Bay Volunteer Party September 12th

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For about 5 years, SFEG has worked with partners like Washington State Parks and Northwest Straights Foundation to help restore rearing beach habitat at Bowman Bay. Thanks to our many volunteers, hundreds of trees, shrubs, and native beach grasses have been planted and now we need to maintain a good habitat for them to grow! SFEG will be hosting Read More …

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From the Field

With Blooming Plants Comes Blooming Volunteers

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  There’s a saying that goes “a harsh winter is always followed by spring.”  What they don’t mention is with blooming plants comes blooming volunteers—ready and eager to work.  This month we had two potting parties, along with weekly opportunities, for volunteers to come out and provide new homes for our baby plants.  Despite rain, Read More …

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