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September 28, 2013:WANTED! We are actively seeking board members. If you have an interest, please contact us at boarddevelopment@salmoncreekwatershed.org

April 29, 2012: Save the date. Come join the Salmon Creek Watershed Council's first annual fund raising and auction.
Where: East Fork Cellars, 24415 NE 10th Avenue, Ridgefield, WA 5:30-8:30PM.
Price: $15/person, which includes your first glass of wine.
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December 31, 2011: 2011 has been a busy year at the Salmon Creek Watershed Council. >> MORE...

August 9, 2011: Pleasant Valley Park environmental enhancement project starts in August. >> MORE...

July 17, 2011: Water Typing Assessments are available. >> MORE...

June 12, 2011: Our Spring 2011 Quarterly Newsletter has been published. >> MORE...

June 1, 2011: The Washington State Salmon Recovery Funding Board and Board of Directors of the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation have approved a grant to the Salmon Creek Watershed >> MORE...

April 5, 2011: Thanks to a flood of support, our first Salmon Social was a hit! Almost 40 people showed up from all parts of the community. Thanks to everyone, especially the Watershed Stewards and Sierra Club members for coming in droves. Also, a very special thanks to the Salmon Creek Brewery & Pub for their fabulous job hosting and generous donation of great raffle prizes. Stay tuned to join us next month for another entertaining Salmon Social.

February 27, 2011: Water Typing project, In the coming months Salmon Creek Watershed Council will continue our volunteer-led headwater stream reconnaissance to improve our stream maps and build our watershed knowledge of Salmon Creek. Interested volunteers are being recruited for a Saturday, February 6th training session.
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April 26, 2010: HOW STREAMS FUNCTION: Understanding the Physical Processes that Control Stream Response
presented by Janine Castro, Ph.D., R.G., Geomorphologist, USFWS, Portland, Oregon. Come join us at our May 13th board meeting.
Pacific lampreys are the most widely distributed lamprey species on the west coast of the United States and have been found in streams from Hokkaido Island, Japan and around the Pacific Rim to Punta Canoas, Baja California, Mexico. Historically, Pacific lampreys are thought to have been distributed wherever salmon and steelhead occurred. >> Learn MORE...

March 31, 2010: Lewis and Clark camped near the mouth of Salmon Creek. What would they think now?
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