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See a full list of WSU Kitsap Extension COVID-19 Resources, as well as an up-to-date statement on our office’s status.

Coronavirus COVID-19

COVID-19 Advisory: WSU Extension is working to keep our communities safe. All Extension programming is being provided virtually, postponed, or canceled. Effective March 16, 2020, WSU Extension county offices and WSU Research & Extension Centers will be closed to the public. We are available via email, phone, and webconference.

Salmon Docents

Program Contact: Water Stewardship Program Coordinator, Amy Smalley
(360) 228-7303 • amy.smalley@wsu.edu
This year to ensure that we continue to follow health and safety guidelines Kitsap Salmon Tours will be going virtual, therefore we will not have docents out streamside. Instead of our annual Salmon Docent Training we will be hosting a Free Kitsap Salmon Webinar Series open to all who want to learn more about the iconic Pacific Northwest salmon.

Interested in learning more about Salmon in our Kitsap Streams? Join our 2020 Kitsap Salmon Webinar series. Register below!

Salmon Tours Salmon ViewingSalmon hold ecological, commercial, and cultural significance in the Pacific Northwest. Through this webinar series, join regional experts to explore how our salmon survive their epic migrations and the challenges that they face in today’s changing world.

The 2020 Kitsap Salmon Webinar Series is focused on salmon across Kitsap county to increase awareness of the ecological needs of Pacific Northwest salmon and increase awareness of actions that we can all take to improve the balance between humans and salmon.

Join us for three Thursdays, October 29th, November 5th and 12th, from 10:30am to 12:00pm as we learn about salmon habitat, life cycle, and species in the Puget Sound, as well as their cultural and ecological importance to our region and the human dimensions that affect them.

Kitsap Salmon Webinar Series

Intro to Salmon and their Life Cycle

Do you know what anadromous means? Or how salmon can make it back to the same stream they were born in, to spawn. Learn about salmon, their amazing migratory journey and their anatomy that helps them through their migration.

When: Thursday October 29th 10:30am to 12:00pm

Register at: http://bit.ly/kitsapSalmon_Oct29

 

Water Quality and Salmon

Learn about current research being conducted at the Washington State University Puyallup Stormwater Center. You’ll also learn about what you can do to make a difference for the health of salmon in your community from the Kitsap Conservation District.

When: Thursday November 5th 10:30am to 12:00pm

Register at: http://bit.ly/KitsapSalmon_Nov5

 

Climate Threats, Cultural, Human and Economic Aspects

Learn how salmon are affected by climate threats and humans impacts, as well as the local work being done in Kitsap County to improve salmon habitat.

When: Thursday November 12th 10:30am to 12:00pm

Register at: http://bit.ly/KitsapSalmon_Nov12

 

The Kitsap Salmon Webinar Series will coincide with this year’s virtual Kitsap Salmon Tours month of learning opportunities.

Resources

Feel free to download, share, print, and laminate these these high quality educational resources, which have been designed to work together or stand alone. Please do not edit or alter the publications, graphics, or wording of these copyrighted materials.

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