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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

Upcoming Volunteer Opportunities Teaching Education Programs

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We are in full throttle for our education programs at the moment, having kicked off the season already with the first field day for our Real Learning Real Work program with the Blue Heron middle school. Learn more about what’s involved … More

3 Crabs Restoration Project Complete!

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We are excited to share that the 3 Crabs Estuarine and Nearshore project is 99% Complete. Once the weather warms, we have some road striping to paint, staging area seeding to put down, and we have a handrail for the … More

Explore the Shore with WSU! — Learn about our coastal landscape

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Explore the Shore! — Learn about our coastal landscape through Washington State University Jefferson County Extention   What is that strange thing you found on the beach last week? Do sand fleas (beach hoppers) bite? Why is your favorite clamming … More

Join Us for Our Volunteer Appreciation Hour at Disco Bay Detour

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You are cordially invited to our Volunteer Appreciation Celebration at the Disco Bay Detour on Thursday, February 2nd, from 6 – 8 p.m. Our volunteers are integral to what we do at the Salmon Coalition. Without you, we would have far … More

Plant Native Trees at Peabody Creek, Port Angeles

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Our local Port Angeles urban park needs your helping hands! On February 4th from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m., the Salmon Coalition will be planting 300 trees and shrubs to improve the health and diversity of the forest along Peabody Creek. … More

Dungeness Native Tree Planting with Jamestown S’Klallam Tribe: Postponed until January 28th!

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On January 28th, the North Olympic Salmon Coalition along with the Jameston S’Klallam Tribe will be planting 1,940 native trees and shrubs on the Dungeness River, at a site owned by the Jamestown S’Klallam Tribe since 2015. The site lacks … More

Your Last Chance to Attend Salmon BINGO is January 25th!

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Don’t forget! Every January, the Hilltop Tavern donates proceeds from a night of Bingo to the Salmon Coalition. There will be salmon hats, memorabilia and the opportunity to get some of our Salmon Coalition branded hats and sweatshirts. Bingo runs … More

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