for educators, volunteers, and salmon enthusiasts
Resources for educators
Willow Creek Hatchery "Salmon in the Classroom" Curriculum - A guide for education at salmon hatcheries.
Drain Rangers - Student-based inquiries to understand stormwater and what actions they can take for clean water.
Native Knowledge 360 Lessons and Resources - Lessons about the culture and history of native peoples in the pacific northwest.
Padilla Bay - Estuary activities from Padilla Bay National Estuarine Reserve.
Interested in having salmon in your classroom? Check out how with WDFW's School Cooperative Program.
NSTA Freebies (one of our favorites) - Education resources from the National Science Teachers Association.
NJCTL Course Materials - Course materials for a variety of subjects from New Jersey Center for Teaching and Learning.
Events and Trainings
PEI Trainings and Workshops - NGSS - aligned events organized by the Pacific Education Institute.
Salmon Games and videos
Salmon Challenges - What is it like to swim for salmon to swim to their spawning grounds? Play this educational game to find out!
Resources on salmonids
SalmonScape Map - WDFW's salmon mapping system that shows their distribution, status, and habitats.
FishViews - Ever wanted to explore a river virtually? FishViews allows you to do so and includes water quality data for many of Washington’s large rivers. Many places also have a snapshot of the riverbed.
Watershed Management for Salmon Recovery Reference Guides for 2 regional Watershed Resource Inventory Areas (WRIAs).
Resources on stewardship and volunteering
Volunteer Match Search - Find volunteer events in your area. Searching includes environmental volunteer opportunities!
Support Regional Fisheries Enhancement Groups in your region! Not sure which region you're in? Click here.