Stream Stewards’ Course offered by WSU Extension
Class & Field Trips: Thursdays, March 6th – April 6th, 9:00 – 12:30 pm
Cost: $25, Scholarships are available
Location: WSU classroom and other venues/locations between Port Hadlock and Sequim
Come join the fun! WSU Extension is offering an in-person 5-week course which feature in-class lectures and field trips across the North Olympic Peninsula. Classes meet on Tuesdays from 9:00 – 12:30P, March 9th – April 6th, alternating classes between Port Hadlock and Sequim. The class concentrates on the rivers/ streams that flow into the Strait of Juan de Fuca and the environments that impact them. Class and field experiences will be supplemented through pre-recorded online presentations by regional experts you can watch on your own schedule.
• Stream and watershed ecology
• Native plant and forest ecology
• Salmon lifecycle and habitat
• Protecting and conserving watersheds
• Stormwater mitigation
• Tribal treaty rights and natural resource management
Upon completion, volunteers are asked to commit to 20 hours of ecosystem-based volunteer service in the next year with the organization of your choice.