Type of Presentation

Poster

Session Title

General species and food webs

Description

The Salmon Guide is an exciting new resource for teaching and learning about salmon in the Salish Sea and Pacific Northwest. Created by the Clean Water Kitsap program of Kitsap County, Washington and funded through the Washington State Department of Ecology, the Salmon Guide provides written and illustrative content on the following topics:

  • Salmon in the Pacific Northwest
  • Living in Rivers, Streams, and Marine Waters
  • Salmon Biology
  • Stream Ecology
  • Survival in Today's World
  • Sharing Salmon Knowledge
  • Glossary

Beautifully designed with colorful graphics, the Salmon Guide is the first teaching tool of this type designed to be carried into the field with helpful information for docents, teachers and educators, agency staff, students, workshop participants, and others. The Salmon Guide recognizes the role of Pacific salmon as a signature species of the Salish Sea and Pacific Northwest that has culturally and nutritionally sustained people of this region since time immemorial. The introductory page of the guide states, “Essential to our natural environment, salmon bring nutrients from the ocean to nourish plants and animals on land. Critical to our economy, salmon support recreation, tourism, and tribal and commercial fisheries. As titans of the Pacific Northwest, salmon strengthen our environmental and economic health and improve our quality of life.”

Contributors to the content of the guide include Mandi Roberts, Otak, Inc. (Consultant to Kitsap County); Jeff Adams Marine Water Quality Specialist, Washington Sea Grant; Paul Dorn Senior Research Scientist, Suquamish Tribal Fisheries Department; Mindy Fohn Water Quality Manager, Kitsap County Public Works, Stormwater Division; Rene’e Johnson Water Stewardship Program Coordinator, WSU Kitsap County Extension; Kathleen Peters Natural Resources Coordinator, Kitsap County Community Development, Planning, and Environmental Programs Division; Chris Waldbillig Habitat Program, Washington State Department of Fish and Wildlife. Graphic design was provided by Marissa Chargualaf, Otak, Inc.

Comments

The Salmon Guide can be accessed and downloaded via Dropbox through the following link:

https://www.dropbox.com/sh/qrvna5bg3by9amc/AACikhC7-7q2DcM0IfA6bjCFa?dl=0

PDF files can be provided by Mandi Roberts, Otak, Inc. phone: 206.949.2741 or email: mandi.roberts@otak.com

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The Salmon Guide, A New Resource for Teaching and Learning about Salmon in the Salish Sea

2016SSEC

The Salmon Guide is an exciting new resource for teaching and learning about salmon in the Salish Sea and Pacific Northwest. Created by the Clean Water Kitsap program of Kitsap County, Washington and funded through the Washington State Department of Ecology, the Salmon Guide provides written and illustrative content on the following topics:

  • Salmon in the Pacific Northwest
  • Living in Rivers, Streams, and Marine Waters
  • Salmon Biology
  • Stream Ecology
  • Survival in Today's World
  • Sharing Salmon Knowledge
  • Glossary

Beautifully designed with colorful graphics, the Salmon Guide is the first teaching tool of this type designed to be carried into the field with helpful information for docents, teachers and educators, agency staff, students, workshop participants, and others. The Salmon Guide recognizes the role of Pacific salmon as a signature species of the Salish Sea and Pacific Northwest that has culturally and nutritionally sustained people of this region since time immemorial. The introductory page of the guide states, “Essential to our natural environment, salmon bring nutrients from the ocean to nourish plants and animals on land. Critical to our economy, salmon support recreation, tourism, and tribal and commercial fisheries. As titans of the Pacific Northwest, salmon strengthen our environmental and economic health and improve our quality of life.”

Contributors to the content of the guide include Mandi Roberts, Otak, Inc. (Consultant to Kitsap County); Jeff Adams Marine Water Quality Specialist, Washington Sea Grant; Paul Dorn Senior Research Scientist, Suquamish Tribal Fisheries Department; Mindy Fohn Water Quality Manager, Kitsap County Public Works, Stormwater Division; Rene’e Johnson Water Stewardship Program Coordinator, WSU Kitsap County Extension; Kathleen Peters Natural Resources Coordinator, Kitsap County Community Development, Planning, and Environmental Programs Division; Chris Waldbillig Habitat Program, Washington State Department of Fish and Wildlife. Graphic design was provided by Marissa Chargualaf, Otak, Inc.