Help Feed Salmon at Carkeek Park

Photo: CarkeekWatershed.org
CarkeekWatershed members and 30,000 Chum salmon eggs

There are 30,000 Chum salmon eggs incubating at Carkeek Park right now, and another 35,000 salmon fry will be arriving on January 16! Carkeek Watershed salmon program is in need of volunteers, and lots of them, to help feed these very small salmon.

Support our local ecosystem and help restore wild salmon runs to Carkeek Park! The Carkeek Watershed is in need of volunteers who can offer a once-a-week commitment of 30-45 minutes from January to May to feed the salmon. Volunteers will need to take a 90-minute training; however, no particular experience is necessary. Friends and family are welcome to join you during your volunteer shift. See this link for a basic rundown of what your volunteer duties would entail: carkeekwatershed.org/fish-feeding-procedures/.

For more information or to sign up to volunteer, contact the Carkeek Watershed at CWCAP@CarkeekWAtershed.org or 206-235-7431.

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