Salmon Docent Training
October 22 @ 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Want to learn more about our local salmon? Become a Salmon Docent! If you’re a teacher, you can also earn clock hours through this training.
If this event is sold-out, please add your name to our waitlist here: https://wsu.co1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_86oERH0IOTQbsbP
Salmon hold ecological, commercial, and cultural significance in the Pacific Northwest. Through this 3-part training, join regional experts to explore how our salmon survive their epic migrations and the challenges that they face in todays changing world.
Attendees will engage with material through field trips and hands-on activities. Local organizations will share current research findings and provide tangible volunteer opportunities on salmon-focused projects across Kitsap county.
Our training culminates with the opportunity to become a docent at our annual Kitsap Salmon Tours event (Nov. 9th, 11am-3pm), giving trainees the chance to share what they’ve learned with the public. Attendees who sign up to participate in a 2-hour volunteer shift as a streamside docent will receive a FREE 70-page waterproof Kitsap Salmon Field Guide, available only to Kitsap Salmon Docents.
2019 Salmon Docent Training Information:
Day 1: Salmon species, life cycle, and anatomy
Tuesday Oct. 22, 6-9pm
Location: Olympic College, Bremerton
Day 2: Southern Resident Killer Whales, climate change, and local volunteer opportunities
Wednesday Oct. 23, 6-9pm
Location: Kitsap Mall Community Room, Silverdale
Day 3: Field Day- Tour of Grovers Creek Hatchery and exploration of salmon habitat
Saturday Oct. 26, 9am-2pm
Location: Grovers Creek Hatchery, Poulsbo
*More specific directions will be shared with registrants as training approaches
$15- Early Bird (Before Sept. 15)
$20- General (After Sept. 15
Registrations will not be refunded after Oct. 10.
Scholarships are available–contact Amy Linhart directly at firstname.lastname@example.org for an application.
Space is limited so sign up today!