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Maintenance and Planting at Peabody Creek Tuesday, June 13th

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Join us on Tuesday, June 13th from 3:30 p.m. – 5:30 p.m. at Peabody Creek Urban Park in Port Angeles as we pull invasive English ivy and herb robert as well as plant salmonberry and do some streamside cleanup. If … More

Upcoming Event: Native Trees and Cider

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On Saturday, June 3rd, join the Salmon Coalition at our native plant nursery at Finnriver Farm (their tasting room location) for a morning of learning plant ID, maintenance in the nursery, and fun in the sun followed by an afternoon … More

Planting the Dungeness on a Sunny Sunday Afternoon

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This past Sunday, a small group of Salmon Coalition volunteers – including two dedicated youngsters – planted a variety of potted stock from our native plant nursery at an active restoration site owned by the Jamestown S’Klallam Tribe. The site, … More

Salmon Coalition Brings Students to the Bugs and the Bugs to the Students

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This past week the Salmon Coalition led local students in two different macro invertebrate lessons. The first took Blue Heron 8th graders out to Snow Creek at two different sites to collect bugs, identify species, and make conclusions about the … More

May 21st Volunteer Planting is Your Last Chance of the Season!

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Join us on Sunday, May 21st to plant native trees and shrubs at one of the Jameston S’Klallam Tribe’s ongoing restoration sites along the Dungeness River as our last planting of the season, followed up with an afternoon picnic on the … More

Fin the Salmon Swims to Grant Street Elementary!

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This Monday, Fin – our 2 ton female chum salmon – swam over to Grant Street Elementary so that the kindergarten class could see her in action. Kids toured the inside of Fin, played salmon life cycle games and ran … More

Real Learning Real Work

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Thanks to one of our committed volunteers, Tod Spedding, we now have a video that tells the story of our Real Learning Real Work 7th grade education program and why we think this program helps get students more invested in their … More

The Secret Life of Rivers

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This short video depicts the intricate web of microbes responsible for cleansing our waterways and just how vital these little warriors beneath the riffles are.         If video does not work, click here to view on a separate … More

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