Stillaguamish Fish Hatchery Tours

Each autumn, during the chum and coho spawning season, the Stillaguamish Fish Hatchery provides educational tours to local schools and community groups. Tours consists of six stations: anatomy, spawning, rearing, identification, habitat, and water quality. The hatchery tour experiential approach permits participants to handle fish and learn spawning methods. Students see returning chum salmon in the stream and examine fish in different stages of development. Tribal staff members teach the importance of habitat and the role humans play in the recovery and survival of salmon in our watershed.  

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