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    Volunteer for Salmon Watch

    Joel La Follette - Wednesday, August 29, 2018


    Last fall I volunteered for two Salmon Watch field trips near Mt Hood on the Zig Zag River. The events were educational for the students and very rewarding for me. If you would like to share your love of the outdoors with today's youth perhaps you should sign up to be a Salmon Watch volunteer.

    Salmon Watch is an award-winning outdoor environmental education program founded in 1993 that brings middle and high school students outdoors to natural stream sites to witness wild salmon spawning and learn about Pacific Northwest ecology.

    This season, Salmon Watch is hosting over 40 field trips with 20 schools at beautiful Pacific Northwest stream sites, getting over 1,500 students outdoors to connect with and learn about the natural world.

    Field trips take place on some of our region’s most iconic rivers in Mt. Hood National Forest, the Columbia River Gorge, and the Mid-Coast Range- weekdays during September, October and November.

    Four volunteer educators teach on each field trip (avg. 7:1 instructor-student ratio), facilitating the field trip learning stations: salmon biology, macroinvertebrate identification, water quality testing, and riparian observation/nature awareness.

    Teaching a field station for our middle and high school classes is fun and rewarding, and who doesn’t love spending a day on the river?

    The first step is to fill out their quick, online: Volunteer Educator Application

    There are New Volunteer Training Sessions scheduled at Dabney State Recreation Area on Saturday, September 1st and Saturday, September 15th, from 9am to 1pm.

    Please email Program Director, Rachel Walsh, to sign up for a training session and to volunteer.


    Volunteers Needed for Salmon Watch

    Joel La Follette - Wednesday, September 27, 2017

    Salmon Watch Needs Volunteer Educators!

    Salmon Watch is an award-winning outdoor education program that provides classroom curriculum, field trips, and service learning opportunities to middle and high schools in the Portland metro and Columbia Gorge regions.

    This fall, Salmon Watch is hosting over 40 outdoor education field trips to beautiful salmon-bearing streams in Mt. Hood National Forest, Columbia River Gorge, and Tillamook State Forest where students will have the opportunity to witness salmon spawning in the wild, learn important concepts in ecology and environmental science, and develop a personal connection with their watersheds.

    Volunteer Educators are needed to teach four field learning stations on each trip: Salmon Biology, Macroinvertebrate Identification, Water Quality Testing, and Riparian Zone Observation.

    No experience is necessary. There will be a Volunteer Educator training on Friday, October 13 from 9am-1pm at Eagle Fern Park during which you'll learn all you need to know to teach a field trip station. If you can't make this training other arrangements can be made. Email Rachel Walsh.

    Sign up to be a Salmon Watch Volunteer Educator today! 

    Thank you!


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