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Spawner Survey Workshop
October 14 @ 9:00 am - 3:00 pm
Join SFEG’s team of citizen scientists to learn a new skill and protect our salmon!
SFEG’s Spawning Survey workshop on Saturday (10/14) will cover the techniques that will be used during weekly monitoring sessions from October through January in the Samish and Skagit watersheds.
Volunteers will learn:
– Salmon species and redd identification
– Stream condition identification and documentation techniques.
On Saturday (10/14), there will be a 3 hour classroom session, followed by a stream site visit to apply what we have learned.
After this workshop, the volunteer will be qualified to join the weekly monitoring sessions from October through January.
***Things to remember***
-Advanced registration is required! Please email firstname.lastname@example.org
-Be prepared! Dress for the weather and bring lunch!
-No chest waders or boots will be needed for the workshop, but will be needed for weekly monitoring. If you need to borrow equipment, please let us know your boot size.
-The workshop location TBD
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