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North Olympic Salmon Coalition

Address

205 B West Patison Street
Port Hadlock, WA 98339
United States

wild salmon stocks for families, fishers, and local economies

The North Olympic Salmon Coalition works to promote robust wild salmon stocks for families, fishers, and local economies by furthering habitat restoration and education on the North Olympic Peninsula.

We are one of fourteen Regional Fisheries Enhancement Groups in Washington State, working directly with State agencies, tribal governments and local communities across the Olympic Peninsula.

Office Phone
360-3798051
Organization Contact #1
Hannah Seligmann

Organization Editors

Hannah Seligmann hseligmann@nosc.org

Upcoming Events

Date
Siebert Creek Planting
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The North Olympic Salmon Coalition and North Olympic Land Trust are seeking volunteers to help plant native trees along Siebert Creek on Saturday, January 26, 2019.
The Siebert Creek Conservation Area is a 38.5 acre parcel protected by the North Olympic Land Trust. Approximately 1500 feet of Siebert Creek flows through the conservation area.
A local nonprofit organization, called Pacific Woodrush, purchased the Siebert Creek Conservation Area in 2002.
Dungeness Tree Planting
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The Jamestown S’Klallam Tribe and the North Olympic Salmon Coalition are seeking volunteers to help plant native trees along the Dungeness River on Saturday, February 23, 2019.
In January 2016, the Jamestown S’Klallam Tribe purchased the property that will be planted, with funding from Puget Sound Acquisition and Restoration and Floodplains by Design.
Last year volunteers planted in this area with the long term goal of restoring the historic floodplain.
Salmon Creek Tree Planting
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The North Olympic Salmon Coalition is looking for volunteers to help plant native trees along the Salmon Creek on Saturday, March  2, 2019.
Volunteers will plant trees along a restored stretch of salmon creek, home to chum and coho salmon, in order to restore the quality of riparian habitat along the creek corridor. Currently, the creek has an infestation of Reed Canary Grass that is preventing the growth of riparian trees and shrubs along this critical salmon habitat.
Tools and gloves will be provided, but are in limited supply so feel free to bring your own.