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“How do trees help salmon?” Before getting out in the field with students to plant trees as a habitat restoration activity, I asked this question during classroom presentations. While we think of salmon as purely aquatic species and trees as terrestrial, the relationship between these two demonstrates the deep interconnectedness […]

Trees, Kids, and Salmon


Hello! My name is Chrissy Webb, and I am so excited to be part of the Nisqually River Education Project. As a new resident of the Nisqually watershed, I’m eager to not only get to know and explore this unique system, but to study it, protect it, celebrate it, and […]

Chrissy Joins the Nisqually Family




Linsey Fields is the new Environmental Education Intern for the Nisqually River Education Project for the 2016-2017 school year. Linsey is completing her Bachelor of Arts in Environmental Conservation at The Evergreen State College. She is excited to gain hands on experience in the areas of environmental stewardship/protection by working […]

Everyone, meet Linsey!






 Continuing 24 years of impactful partnership, the Nisqually River Education Project and South Sound GREEN hosted the Annual Student GREEN Congress, bringing 399 student delegates together to share their water quality studies results and participate in community inspired workshops. Classes that participated in our Water Quality monitoring trips take this […]

24th Annual Student Green Congress