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Updates to WT’s Calendar are Coming Soon!


Washington Trout is providing this calendar as a means to enhance community-networking abilities and to keep individuals like you informed of upcoming events, workshops, classes, and meetings sponsored by both Washington Trout and other organizations and agencies. WT encourages you to get more involved in your watershed and your environmental community!


If you have an event you would like to see posted on our calendar, please contact Kristen at or (425) 788-1167.




Summer Programs


Looking for something fun to do this summer? Check out:

Summer Youth Adventures at the Olympic Parks Institute



Volunteers Needed This Summer to Help Defend Our National Parks and Have Fun at Mount Rainier and Olympic National Parks!

Presented by the National Parks Conservation Association Northwest Regional Office

Description: National park visitors deserve the best educational and recreational experience possible. Unfortunately, visitors to many of our national parks - including Acadia and Everglades - will find fewer rangers, closed roads and trails, and shut down visitor centers. The culprit: Reductions in national park funding from the White House and Congress, cuts that affect the future of national icons like Mount Rainier and Olympic. NPCA's Northwest team is coming to the rescue of our national parks by reaching out to 12,000-24,000 northwest visitors this summer. More than a dozen NPCA volunteers are ready to go to Olympic and Mount Rainier this summer and motivate visitors to take action on this administration's park policies.

            Olympic Visitor Services Cut For the first time in the park's history, the main Visitor Center will be closed for two days every week, and the Forks Visitor Center may be closed indefinitely. Only 2 of 15 seasonal rangers will be back this summer, so visitors will have to make do with fewer ranger talks, hiking maps, or friendly advice on the best places to see wildlife. The bathrooms may not be as clean, bridges may not be repaired, and the parks streams, salmon, glaciers and rainforests may not be protected from harm. With help from volunteers, we will mobilize thousands of park visitors to write their congressional representatives and register voters by tabling at Rainier and Olympic every weekend this summer. Weekend Captains Needed!

How To Help: Step 1 – Pick a weekend this summer and recruit 3-5 friends, family or co-workers to help. Step 2 – Receive a 1 hour training on issues and messages. Step 3 – Head to the park with your team for a weekend of fun! Spend a weekend this summer at gorgeous Mt. Rainier or Olympic!

For More Information and To Get Involved, contact the NPCA at:

National Parks Information Center & Gallery

313-A First Avenue, South

Seattle, WA 98104

Phone: 206-903-1444 x26

Fax: 206-903-1448



Local Salmon Viewing Programs


Every year we await the return of the salmon. Truly one of nature’s most impressive scenes – graceful, powerful fish struggling up rapids, leaping over rocks, returning to the rivers of their birth after migrating almost unimaginable distances, giving their life to make new life. Washington Trout encourages you to get outdoors, witness this remarkable event, and reflect on the important role these wild fish play in our lives.



Coming soon…

Salmon Viewing Locations, Times, and Guidelines

Salmon Viewing Programs

Washington Trout Calendar