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Education Programs 

Learn more about the current work LCFEG does to educate the community about salmon and healthy waterways!

Past Programs & Events


Hope for Salmon

Hope for Salmon was designed to provide hands-on learning opportunities encouraging teens to become better salmon and watershed stewards. Lessons include guided experiments on watershed and river models,  water and soil quality testing, native and invasive plant species identification, salmon lifecycle obstacle course, and macro-invertebrate capturing and identification in local streams. Hope for Salmon was originally funded through the Washington State Recreation and Conservation Office’s No Child Left Inside grant program, and while funds have expired, partnerships forged during the project period are still ongoing! Hope for Salmon lessons & curriculum are also still utilized by LCFEG as a tool to educate the community about the importance of watershed health. 

Celebrating Earth Day the LCFEG Way!

Read more about LCFEG's yearly Earth Day Festivities. Including full day field trips with over 100 students from CASEE, to Day Camps with Camp Hope of Southwest Washington, Earth Day is a great opportunity for LCFEG to spread the gospel of salmon enhancement! 


Camas High School, CASEE, Camp Hope, City of Camas, Clark College MESA, Columbia Springs, Cowlitz Tribe Education and Arts Fund, Fort Vancouver High School, Good Year Farms, HP-Oasis, Hudson’s Bay High School, Lower Columbia Nature Network, Partners In Careers, Rocksolid Teen Center, Toutle Lake JR/SR High School, Washington Recreation and Conservation Office, and Watershed Garden Works.

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