Teach Environmental Education at Salmon Watch

Linn-Benton Salmon Watch is part of a regional hands-on field trip program that teaches 5th and 6th graders about salmon and healthy watersheds. Learning stations include Salmon Biology, Macroinvertebrates, Water Quality, and Riparian health.

Volunteers are needed to lead the learning stations for our student groups. Program partners host three free trainings in the late summer and fall to teach our volunteers everything they will need to know before they teach their first lesson. If you love the outdoors and want to share that love with youth, please join us at Salmon Watch!

Volunteer opportunities are available for Sweet Home, Cascadia and Alsea. For more information about the program and to register for a training, please visit http://www.lbsw.org.

Region(s):
Central Oregon
Eastern Oregon
Greater Portland
The Gorge + Mt. Hood
Oregon Coast
Southern Oregon
Willamette Valley

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Rick

3 years ago

Love your program! Thanks for posting and getting the kids out there doing citizen science!

Kristen

3 years ago

Thanks Rick! The kids learn a lot and they have a great time doing it!!

Rick

3 years ago

Right on! I bet the volunteers do, too. :)

Kristen

3 years ago

Thank you! They sure do! It's really a great experience!

Rick

3 years ago

:)

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