Can you think of a better way to spend a Sunday?
Come to Westwind’s Salmon River waterfront on September 9th, 2018 to celebrate the return of Chinook and Coho salmon after their multi-year lives in deep waters along the Northwest Pacific Coast. Celebrate and learn more about salmon’s key role in upholding biodiversity and how this connects with Westwind’s mission of conservation, education, and sustainability.
Lots of fun and learn about Salmon!
Spend the afternoon at Westwind and enjoy traditional Japanese fish printing (Gyotaku), boat/canoe tours of the Salmon River estuary, citizen science demonstrations, and learning about the Salmon cycle. We will celebrate the cultural and culinary importance of Salmon with a traditional open fired salmon bake, with tastings and other refreshments. Hikes and tours of Westwind’s ocean-front camp will also be available.
What are the details?
5th Annual Welcome the Salmon Home Event at Westwind!
Sunday, September 9, 2018
1-5pm Open to the public
Meet at Knight Park for Crossing
Pre-registration is not required but highly recommended. Save time and register online.
Suggested donation = $10 (donate here or anytime during the event)
NOTE: Westwind is a 501 (c) 3 non-profit and all donations are tax-deductable.
All activities start at 1pm and end at 5pm. Ferries will be crossing to/from Westwind and Knight Park every half hour.
PS. Interested in Tabling at the event?
We are also seeking organizations and agencies who are interested in tabling this event (particularly for organizations with a conservation focus). For further questions please directly contact Amy Carlow (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Janette Kunkel (email@example.com).