The mission of the North Olympic Salmon Coalition is to promote robust wild salmon stocks for families, fishers, and local economies by furthering habitat restoration and education on the North Olympic Peninsula.
Base funding for the RFEG program comes from a grant from the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service’s Partners for Fish and Wildlife Program, a portion of state commercial and recreational fishing license fees, and excess egg and carcass sales administered by the Washington Department of Fish & Wildlife.
News & Events
It’s that time of year again! The Coho spawning salmon are soon to be making their way back up Chimacum Creek. If you are interested in learning more, please come to our Coho Spawner Surveyor Training on Friday, October 27th … More
The North Olympic Salmon Coalition is undertaking work to restore the historic tidal channel connection between Kilisut Harbor and Oak Bay via the replacement of the earthen causeway that currently connects Indian and Marrowstone Islands with a bridge. As part … More
‘Stream Stewards’ Class offered by Jefferson WSU Extension A new Stream Stewards class featuring local streams, salmon, forest ecology, water quality and habitat restoration is being offered this fall by WSU Jefferson County Extension. The class will be held on … More