Are you looking for ways to get involved with salmon restoration on the Washington Coast?
For resources to become a volunteer or land steward, find your community below. You can also donate directly to the Strong Salmon Future Fund at the bottom of this page.

Get Involved: North Pacific Coast

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Volunteer Opportunities

To volunteer to protect and preserve salmon habitat on the North Pacific coast, please fill out the email form above or contact one of our partner organizations below:

Northwest Indian Fisheries Commission

Trout Unlimited

Wild Salmon Center

Restoration Partners

If you’d like to become a land steward and modify your property or have it examined to ensure proper access to habitat for local salmonids, please contact one of our partners on the North Pacific Coast below:

Clallam Conservation District

10,000 Years Institute

Pacific Coast Salmon Coalition

Get Involved: Quinault Indian Nation

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Volunteer Opportunities

To volunteer to protect and preserve salmon habitat in the Quinault Indian Nation, please fill out the email form above or contact one of our partner organizations below:

Quinault Indian Nation

Trout Unlimited

Wild Salmon Center

Restoration Partners

If you’d like to become a land steward and modify your property or have it examined to ensure proper access to habitat for local salmonids, please contact one of our Quinault Indian Nation partners below:

10,000 Years Institute

Pacific Coast Salmon Coalition

Get Involved: Chehalis Basin

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Volunteer Opportunities

To volunteer to protect and preserve salmon habitat in the Chehalis Basin, please fill out the email form above or contact one of our partner organizations below:

Chehalis Basin Lead Entity

Chehalis Basin Partnership

Restoration Partners

If you’d like to become a land steward and modify your property or have it examined to ensure proper access to habitat for local salmonids, please contact one of our Chehalis Basin partners below:

Grays Harbor Conservation District

Lewis Conservation District

Mason Conservation District

Thurston Conservation District

Get Involved: Willapa Bay

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Volunteer Opportunities

To volunteer to protect and preserve salmon habitat in the Willapa Bay region, please fill out the email form above or contact one of our partner organizations below:

Columbia River Estuary Study Taskforce

Restoration Partners

If you’d like to become a land steward and modify your property or have it examined to ensure proper access to habitat for local salmonids, please contact one of our Willapa Bay partners below:

Pacific Conservation District

Willapa Bay Regional Fisheries Enhancement Group

Donate to the Strong Salmon Future Fund

By donating to the Strong Salmon Future Fund, you are providing immediate, flexible funding for important salmon habitat projects.  90% of your donation directly supports local projects.