Position Announcement: 2013 Seasonal Natural Resource Interns.
The Forest and Fish Program will be hiring two seasonal intern positions for the summer of 2013. Interns will conduct field data collection and other natural resource oriented activitites in a tough but rewarding forest environment. See Employment Opportunities page for more details.
The Skagit River System Cooperative (SRSC) provides natural resource management services for the Sauk-Suiattle Indian Tribe and the Swinomish Indian Tribal Community. On behalf of these two sovereign nations, SRSC works to actively improve fisheries management within their usual and accustomed fishing areas. These areas include the Skagit and Samish River basins, and were ceded to the United States through treaties signed in 1855. Fisheries management carried out by SRSC includes harvest and hatchery management, research, environmental review, habitat restoration, and a range of other activities. For information regarding recovery of threatened Skagit Chinook stocks, please refer to the Skagit Chinook Recovery Plan
- SRSC and WDFW. 2005. Skagit Chinook Recovery Plan.
- Appendix A: Trends in Spawning Escapement.
- Appendix B: Linking Egg-to-Fry Survival to Chinook Recovery.
- Appendix C: Linking Riverine Habitat Restoration to Chinook Recovery.
- Appendix D: Linking Estuary Restoration to Wild Chinook Salmon Populations.
- Appendix E: Intensively Monitored Watersheds Plan.
- Appendix F: Excerpts from Management Recommendations for WA Priority Habitats.
- Appendix G: Excerpts from the Governor’s “Extinction Is Not An Option”.
- Appendix H: Skagit Recovery Goals.
Our main office is located at 11426 Moorage Way in LaConner, Washington. Our office hours are 8:00am-6:00pm Monday through Wednesday, 8:00am-5:30pm Thursdays and closed on Fridays. Website photos contributed by Rich Henderson, Greg Hood, Jef Parr, and Karen Wolf.