Friends of Fort Flagler is proud to present a virtual program: The North Olympic Salmon Coalition: An Inside Look at a Regional Fisheries Enhancement Group (RFEG). The program will be offered through Zoom at no charge to attendees.
The presentation chronicles salmon restoration and education efforts of the North Olympic Salmon Coalition (NOSC) from our inception in 1990 to today. It highlights methods we use to restore habitat and educate communities across the northern Olympic Peninsula. Learn about our projects and how you can help in salmon restoration.
Nate Roberts is a Stewardship Coordinator with The North Olympic Salmon Coalition. Growing up in Gig Harbor, Nate could often be found fishing one of several small inlets, bays, or estuaries in search of salmon and trout. Shortly after receiving a B.A. in Elementary Education, he realized that while he loved working with kids, his desire to work in a career recovering salmon in his home state was even greater. Accordingly, he returned to school and recently received a B.S. in Fisheries and Wildlife Sciences, specializing in riparian ecology and restoration. After interning with NOSC in spring 2019, he is eager to rejoin the team as a full-time employee working to improve salmon habitat. To learn more about The North Olympic Salmon Coalition, visit https://nosc.org/
Friends of Fort Flagler is a non-profit organization dedicated to the restoring, preserving and protecting the natural and historic resources of Fort Flagler State Park. Please support our state park by becoming a member, volunteering or donating to our organization. To learn more, visit https://friendsoffortflagler.org/.