The Salmon Center is excited to bring our Salmon in the Classroom programming to the North Mason Timberland Library!

What is Salmon in the Library?

Salmon in the Library offers interactive salmon education for elementary-middle school aged youth. Students get to watch salmon hatch and grow, learn about their life cycle, and then partake in an exciting release event in the spring. This is currently an active program at the local schools in the North Mason and other Hood Canal region school districts.

Who is this programming for?

This educational opportunity is ideal for homeschool groups and families. Starting in early January, anyone can visit the Library to view the salmon in their tank and watch them transform from eggs to fry!

Session 2:

February 14th

1pm

North Mason Timberland library

In this lesson we will cover the fry and parr stages of the salmon lifecycle and the habitats important to salmon.

Session 3:

March 6th

1pm

North Mason Timberland library

In this lesson we will cover the last two phases of the lifecycle (smolt and adult), estuary and ocean habitats, and what we can do to support salmon populations.

For questions please contact Whitney McDaniel at whitney@pnwsalmoncenter.org