The Salmon Coalition is hiring for a part time Administrative Assistant. Please see the below job description for more information and how to apply.
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You are invited to our Annual Meeting & Restoration Project Tour!
September 14th, 2017
Sunland Golf & Country Club
Come see how the Three Crabs Restoration Site is evolving as the tides renew the land since construction and native vegetation replenishes.
SEPTEMBER 14, 2017
5pm: 3 Crabs Project Tour
6:30-8pm: Meeting & BYO-Picnic Dinner
Pie & Coffee provided by NOSC Board Members;
Wine & Beer available for purchase
Sequim-Dungeness Way to 3 Crabs Rd – Left on 3 Crabs Rd. & look for Salmon Coalition signage
Sunland Golf & Country Club
109 Hilltop Drive, Sequim
Please RSVP by September 12th so we know how many pies to bake!
Reply to Nicole (email@example.com) or call the office at (360-379-8051)
It’s that time of year again! The summer chum spawning salmon are soon to be making their way back up Chimacum Creek. As part of the WA Fish and Wildlife monitoring process that has been conducted annually since the stream underwent a supplementation program almost 30 years ago, Salmon Coalition volunteers will be walking sections of the creek to collect data on spawning numbers.
If you think this is something that would interest you, please come to our Summer Chum Spawner Surveyor Training on Thursday, August 17th from 10 am – 12pm in Port Hadlock, WA to learn more. Click here to RSVP for training and receive location details.
Thursday, August 17th
10 a.m. – 12 p.m.
Contact Olivia at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at 360.379.8051 with any questions.
We are excited to be hosting our first behind the scenes tour of Marrowstone Vineyards. Meet the owners, learn about the wine and sample the new blend, “Riverbed Red(d)”, made with grapes from a Salmon Safe Farm. We’ll also be enjoying clam chowder & hors d’oeuvres.
July 27th, 5:30 – 8 pm
Suggested donation: $25/pp
Your presence and interest in our work is vital toward creating the collaborative communities we aim to enhance, even if you cannot pay the suggested donation.
And please, bring a friend!
RSVP or send questions to: email@example.com or 360-379-8051
We’re hiring our next WA Conservation Corps Individual Placement member. Click below to view the full job description and see how to apply.
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 you were there with us this past winter, this is your chance to check on your trees and see what’s working well and what needs help!
Please bring warm and waterproof clothes and boots, shovels and gloves if you have them (some will be provided), and a lunch. Warm drinks, snacks and limited tools and rain gear will be provided.
To RSVP and receive more details, click here.
Call us at 360.379.8051 with questions.
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, which has already received one major installment of plantings earlier in the season, is located along the Dungeness River. Only two years ago, the area contained just a side channel of the mighty river which flowed through residential backyards and was small enough to be jumped across. However after a single storm event, the river diverted the majority of its flow to this area and began actively eating up the streambank creating hazards for homes. After relocating the streamside inhabitants and removing houses and infrastructure, the Jamestown Tribe is working on restoring this area back to its historic state of floodplain zone in an attempt to provide the river an area in which to meander and diffuse its energy.