Salmon Docents

Program Contact: Renee Johnson, Water Stewardship Program Coordinator
(360) 337-7157 x7224 •

Salmon Docent Training is for people who want to learn about salmon habitat, life cycle, and species in the Puget Sound. Ecologically, traditionally, and commercially important, salmon are iconic in our region and influence much of how we manage our waters and landscape. Salmon experts will share their varied and extensive experience and knowledge of issues affecting our local salmon, and cover topics such as:

  • Salmon habitat
  • Salmon life cycle
  • Species management in the Salish Sea

After the training, we will provide and connect you with opportunities to volunteer around Kitsap County. Salmon Docent volunteer events include working with school children on field trips to teach them about streams and salmon, and sharing your knowledge with the public at Kitsap Salmon Tours as a streamside docent.

Become a Salmon Docent!

At our FREE Salmon Docent Training, learn about salmon habitat, life cycle and species in Puget Sound. Experts will share their experience and knowledge of species and issues affecting salmon in the Salish Sea. When you sign up to work 2 hours at a Kitsap Salmon Tours event, you will receive a complimentary 70-page waterproof Kitsap Salmon Field Guide.

Salmon Docent Trainings are usually held in October, check back soon for the 2017 dates! You can also sign up to be notified when the next Salmon Docent training is scheduled.

Here are some resources to start getting to know our local salmon and how to improve their recovery:

Presented by: WSU Kitsap Extension, Clean Water Kitsap, Washington Sea Grant, Great Peninsula Conservancy, The Mountaineers, and The Suquamish Tribe.

Are you interested in joining us for the next Salmon Docent training? Sign up to be notified when the next training is scheduled!


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