The mission of the North Olympic Salmon Coalition is to restore, enhance, and protect the habitat of North Olympic Peninsula wild salmon stocks and to promote community volunteerism, understanding, cooperation and stewardship of these resources.
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Friends, Fish-lovers, Watershed Neighbors! Join us once again in celebration of the majestic swimmer, Oncoryhnchus! What’s going on? Check out the updated Salmon Festival Schedule! We will gather for a day of revelry, music, poetry, games, films, fish-printing, food, Fin, and fun. … More
While volunteers have been faithfully counting returning Hood Canal summer chum in Chimacum Creek, coho have started their journey from the ocean to natal creek. Soon, they will be seen darting upstream to find deep pools where they will await … More
Dune grass colonies act as natural barriers against winter storms and waves, protecting beaches by lowering the impact of erosion? By providing this “line of defense” as well as great nesting and feeding habitat, dune grass also plays a significant … More