World Salmon Council

2015 Annual Report

2015 Annual Report

While we’re already looking forward to another great Salmon Watch season, we’d like to take a moment to look back.

The accomplishments highlighted in our 2015 Annual Report are a testament to how collectively we are instilling in the next generation a sense of wonder for the natural world and changing the way our kids envision their roles as responsible members of society.

A huge thank you to everyone who made the 2015-2016 Salmon Watch program the largest year yet – in number of students, field trips and community service learning projects!

Your expertise, passion and time have helped students increase their knowledge and comprehension of scientific concepts, improve their literacy and writing skills, and expand their understanding of how our communities, economy and environment are connected.

Your direct involvement has helped kids experience the outdoors and the wonders of spawning salmon in ways that many never had before, nor would have had the opportunity to do so without Salmon Watch.

And through interactions with positive role models, students are learning about diverse career opportunities and how to pursue these fields in higher education and beyond.

So again, and again, and again – thank you!