Stewardship often comes in the form of service. Boy Scouts leaning in with all their might to push willow stakes into a stream bank. A mother and her young daughters carefully loosening the root ball of a potted cedar to prepare the native tree for planting in the hole they dug together. A team of corporate volunteers co-workers laughing and making jokes about the dinner they're earning getting muddy while removing invasive blackberry. High school students excitedly hosting an information booth at a summer festival.  


This is what stewardship looks like. People of all backgrounds, ages, interests, and abilities coming together to make salmon recovery happen through lively conversations, muddy boots, and shared smiles. Year-round around we provide fun and meaningful stewardship experiences through hands-on volunteer opportunities.  It's our job to help you make your connection between salmon recovery, our watersheds and the environment in which we live, work and play. Volunteer events and service learning provide opportunities for you to contribute to the future of salmon in the Pacific Northwest.

Please visit our Volunteer page to learn more about how you can make a difference, get involved and become a steward of our watersheds.