Nooksack River Walk
Jul
1
3:00 pm15:00

Nooksack River Walk

The beautiful Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest is one of the most visited forests in the country. Let's do our part to keep it healthy! Discover native plants, find aquatic insects, and learn about environmental stewardship on this salmon-focused nature walk along the North Fork Nooksack River led by NSEA's Nooksack River Steward volunteers. No cost, no RSVP necessary, all ages welcome. Meet at the Horseshoe Bend Trailhead off HWY 542 near Glacier. (Map)

Nooksack River Talk
Jul
1
6:00 pm18:00

Nooksack River Talk

Join NSEA River Steward naturalists at the campfire for a journey through the wonders of the Nooksack River.  Naturalists will introduce you to the native salmon that spawn in the Nooksack and the wilderness that surrounds our beloved River.  Learn about environmental stewardship on this salmon-focused nature talk beside the North Fork Nooksack River. No cost, no RSVP necessary, all ages welcome. Meet at the Dourglas Fir Campground at the community campfire. (Map)

S'mores provided to all attendees! 

Nooksack River Walk
Jul
2
11:00 am11:00

Nooksack River Walk

The beautiful Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest is one of the most visited forests in the country. Let's do our part to keep it healthy! Discover native plants, find aquatic insects, and learn about environmental stewardship on this salmon-focused nature walk along the North Fork Nooksack River led by NSEA's Nooksack River Steward volunteers. No cost, no RSVP necessary, all ages welcome. Meet at the Horseshoe Bend Trailhead off HWY 542 near Glacier. (Map)

Nooksack River Walk
Jul
8
3:00 pm15:00

Nooksack River Walk

The beautiful Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest is one of the most visited forests in the country. Let's do our part to keep it healthy! Discover native plants, find aquatic insects, and learn about environmental stewardship on this salmon-focused nature walk along the North Fork Nooksack River led by NSEA's Nooksack River Steward volunteers. No cost, no RSVP necessary, all ages welcome. Meet at the Horseshoe Bend Trailhead off HWY 542 near Glacier. (Map)

Nooksack River Walk
Jul
15
3:00 pm15:00

Nooksack River Walk

The beautiful Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest is one of the most visited forests in the country. Let's do our part to keep it healthy! Discover native plants, find aquatic insects, and learn about environmental stewardship on this salmon-focused nature walk along the North Fork Nooksack River led by NSEA's Nooksack River Steward volunteers. No cost, no RSVP necessary, all ages welcome. Meet at the Horseshoe Bend Trailhead off HWY 542 near Glacier. (Map)

Nooksack River Walk
Jul
22
10:00 am10:00

Nooksack River Walk

The beautiful Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest is one of the most visited forests in the country. Let's do our part to keep it healthy! Discover native plants, find aquatic insects, and learn about environmental stewardship on this salmon-focused nature walk along the North Fork Nooksack River led by NSEA's Nooksack River Steward volunteers. No cost, no RSVP necessary, all ages welcome. Meet at the Horseshoe Bend Trailhead off HWY 542 near Glacier. (Map)

Nooksack River Walk
Jul
29
3:00 pm15:00

Nooksack River Walk

The beautiful Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest is one of the most visited forests in the country. Let's do our part to keep it healthy! Discover native plants, find aquatic insects, and learn about environmental stewardship on this salmon-focused nature walk along the North Fork Nooksack River led by NSEA's Nooksack River Steward volunteers. No cost, no RSVP necessary, all ages welcome. Meet at the Horseshoe Bend Trailhead off HWY 542 near Glacier. (Map)

Salish Stories by the Campfire
Jul
29
7:00 pm19:00

Salish Stories by the Campfire

Discover the wonder of salmon, the Nooksack River, and the Salish Sea by the fireside with family and friends.  River Steward volunteers will be reading stories and poems about the magestic landscape we live in and that salmon that allow it to thrive.  Meet at Chair 9 in Glacier, WA by the campfire. No cost, no RSVP necessary, all ages welcome. (Map)

S'mores provided to all attendees!

Nooksack River Walk
Aug
5
3:00 pm15:00

Nooksack River Walk

The beautiful Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest is one of the most visited forests in the country. Let's do our part to keep it healthy! Discover native plants, find aquatic insects, and learn about environmental stewardship on this salmon-focused nature walk along the North Fork Nooksack River led by NSEA's Nooksack River Steward volunteers. No cost, no RSVP necessary, all ages welcome. Meet at the Horseshoe Bend Trailhead off HWY 542 near Glacier. (Map)

Nooksack River Walk
Aug
5
6:00 pm18:00

Nooksack River Walk

Join NSEA River Steward naturalists at the campfire for a journey through the wonders of the Nooksack River.  Naturalists will introduce you to the native salmon that spawn in the Nooksack and the wilderness that surrounds our beloved River.  Learn about environmental stewardship on this salmon-focused nature talk beside the North Fork Nooksack River. No cost, no RSVP necessary, all ages welcome. Meet at the Dourglas Fir Campground at the community campfire. (Map)

S'mores provided to all attendees! 

Nooksack River Talk
Aug
5
6:00 pm18:00

Nooksack River Talk

Join NSEA River Steward naturalists at the campfire for a journey through the wonders of the Nooksack River.  Naturalists will introduce you to the native salmon that spawn in the Nooksack and the wilderness that surrounds our beloved River.  Learn about environmental stewardship on this salmon-focused nature talk beside the North Fork Nooksack River. No cost, no RSVP necessary, all ages welcome. Meet at the Dourglas Fir Campground at the community campfire. (Map)

S'mores provided to all attendees! 

Nooksack River Walk
Aug
6
11:00 am11:00

Nooksack River Walk

The beautiful Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest is one of the most visited forests in the country. Let's do our part to keep it healthy! Discover native plants, find aquatic insects, and learn about environmental stewardship on this salmon-focused nature walk along the North Fork Nooksack River led by NSEA's Nooksack River Steward volunteers. No cost, no RSVP necessary, all ages welcome. Meet at the Horseshoe Bend Trailhead off HWY 542 near Glacier. (Map)

Nooksack River Walk
Aug
12
3:00 pm15:00

Nooksack River Walk

The beautiful Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest is one of the most visited forests in the country. Let's do our part to keep it healthy! Discover native plants, find aquatic insects, and learn about environmental stewardship on this salmon-focused nature walk along the North Fork Nooksack River led by NSEA's Nooksack River Steward volunteers. No cost, no RSVP necessary, all ages welcome. Meet at the Horseshoe Bend Trailhead off HWY 542 near Glacier. (Map)

Nooksack River Walk
Aug
19
3:00 pm15:00

Nooksack River Walk

The beautiful Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest is one of the most visited forests in the country. Let's do our part to keep it healthy! Discover native plants, find aquatic insects, and learn about environmental stewardship on this salmon-focused nature walk along the North Fork Nooksack River led by NSEA's Nooksack River Steward volunteers. No cost, no RSVP necessary, all ages welcome. Meet at the Horseshoe Bend Trailhead off HWY 542 near Glacier. (Map)

Salish Stories by the Campfire
Aug
19
7:00 pm19:00

Salish Stories by the Campfire

Discover the wonder of salmon, the Nooksack River, and the Salish Sea by the fireside with family and friends.  River Steward volunteers will be reading stories and poems about the magestic landscape we live in and that salmon that allow it to thrive.  Meet at Chair 9 in Glacier, WA by the campfire. No cost, no RSVP necessary, all ages welcome. (Map)

S'mores provided to all attendees!

Salmon Sighting
Aug
26
10:00 am10:00

Salmon Sighting

DISCOVER THE BEAUTY OF SALMON AS THEY FIND THEIR WAY HOME TO SPAWN.

Anyone who has seen salmon swimming their way up our watershed to spawn can tell you this is a must see feature of living in the Pacific Northwest.  The incredible display of perseverance and resilience can teach us a lot during Washington's darkest and rainiest season.  We invite you to join us in exploring the inspiring story of salmon at Thompson Creek Bridge.

NSEA naturalists will be available to answer questions. Event open to all ages, no cost and no RSVP needed to attend. Open house style, visit anytime between 10-12pm!

What type of salmon might I see? Pink (Oncorhynchus gorbuscha)

What if I have questions? NSEA naturalists will be available to answer questions and help visitors view salmon in our local creeks as they return from the sea.

What should I wear/bring? Wear sturdy shoes, bring a camera, binoculars and/or a sketch book to make a record of the mini miracle you'll see. 

Special Note to Pet Owners: Please leave your 4-legged friends at home so as not to disturb the salmon while spawning - their energy is already limited and additional stress can be lethal at this final stage in their lifecycle. 

Directions: From the Glacier Public Service Center head East on Mt. Baker HWY/SR 542.  Half a mile past mile marker 34 on SR 542, take a right onto Glacier Creek Road. At the fork, take a right onto Thomson Creek Road/Heliotrope Ridge Road. Continue down this road for 1 mile until you get to Thompson Creek bridge.  Look for the blue NSEA tent near bridge. MAP

Nooksack River Walk
Aug
26
3:00 pm15:00

Nooksack River Walk

The beautiful Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest is one of the most visited forests in the country. Let's do our part to keep it healthy! Discover native plants, find aquatic insects, and learn about environmental stewardship on this salmon-focused nature walk along the North Fork Nooksack River led by NSEA's Nooksack River Steward volunteers. No cost, no RSVP necessary, all ages welcome. Meet at the Horseshoe Bend Trailhead off HWY 542 near Glacier. (Map)

Salmon Sighting
Sep
2
10:00 am10:00

Salmon Sighting

DISCOVER THE BEAUTY OF SALMON AS THEY FIND THEIR WAY HOME TO SPAWN.

Anyone who has seen salmon swimming their way up our watershed to spawn can tell you this is a must see feature of living in the Pacific Northwest.  The incredible display of perseverance and resilience can teach us a lot during Washington's darkest and rainiest season.  We invite you to join us in exploring the inspiring story of salmon at Thompson Creek Bridge.

NSEA naturalists will be available to answer questions. Event open to all ages, no cost and no RSVP needed to attend. Open house style, visit anytime between 10-12pm!

What type of salmon might I see? Pink (Oncorhynchus gorbuscha)

What if I have questions? NSEA naturalists will be available to answer questions and help visitors view salmon in our local creeks as they return from the sea.

What should I wear/bring? Wear sturdy shoes, bring a camera, binoculars and/or a sketch book to make a record of the mini miracle you'll see. 

Special Note to Pet Owners: Please leave your 4-legged friends at home so as not to disturb the salmon while spawning - their energy is already limited and additional stress can be lethal at this final stage in their lifecycle. 

Directions: From the Glacier Public Service Center head East on Mt. Baker HWY/SR 542.  Half a mile past mile marker 34 on SR 542, take a right onto Glacier Creek Road. At the fork, take a right onto Thomson Creek Road/Heliotrope Ridge Road. Continue down this road for 1 mile until you get to Thompson Creek bridge.  Look for the blue NSEA tent near bridge. MAP

Fishtival
Sep
2
10:00 am10:00

Fishtival

Join NSEA's River Stewards for a celebration of salmon!  This Fishtival will include games, crafts, and educational activities.  All ages and abilities are welcome to enjoy this FREE event.  No RSVP necessary, snacks and s/mores provided!

Meet at Silver Lake Recreation Area at the Maple Creek Picnic Shelter. (Map)

Nooksack River Walk
Sep
2
3:00 pm15:00

Nooksack River Walk

The beautiful Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest is one of the most visited forests in the country. Let's do our part to keep it healthy! Discover native plants, find aquatic insects, and learn about environmental stewardship on this salmon-focused nature walk along the North Fork Nooksack River led by NSEA's Nooksack River Steward volunteers. No cost, no RSVP necessary, all ages welcome. Meet at the Horseshoe Bend Trailhead off HWY 542 near Glacier. (Map)

Nooksack River Walk
Sep
3
11:00 am11:00

Nooksack River Walk

The beautiful Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest is one of the most visited forests in the country. Let's do our part to keep it healthy! Discover native plants, find aquatic insects, and learn about environmental stewardship on this salmon-focused nature walk along the North Fork Nooksack River led by NSEA's Nooksack River Steward volunteers. No cost, no RSVP necessary, all ages welcome. Meet at the Horseshoe Bend Trailhead off HWY 542 near Glacier. (Map)

Salmon Sighting
Sep
9
10:00 am10:00

Salmon Sighting

DISCOVER THE BEAUTY OF SALMON AS THEY FIND THEIR WAY HOME TO SPAWN.

Anyone who has seen salmon swimming their way up our watershed to spawn can tell you this is a must see feature of living in the Pacific Northwest.  The incredible display of perseverance and resilience can teach us a lot during Washington's darkest and rainiest season.  We invite you to join us in exploring the inspiring story of salmon at Thompson Creek Bridge.

NSEA naturalists will be available to answer questions. Event open to all ages, no cost and no RSVP needed to attend. Open house style, visit anytime between 10-12pm!

What type of salmon might I see? Pink (Oncorhynchus gorbuscha)

What if I have questions? NSEA naturalists will be available to answer questions and help visitors view salmon in our local creeks as they return from the sea.

What should I wear/bring? Wear sturdy shoes, bring a camera, binoculars and/or a sketch book to make a record of the mini miracle you'll see. 

Special Note to Pet Owners: Please leave your 4-legged friends at home so as not to disturb the salmon while spawning - their energy is already limited and additional stress can be lethal at this final stage in their lifecycle. 

Directions: From the Glacier Public Service Center head East on Mt. Baker HWY/SR 542.  Half a mile past mile marker 34 on SR 542, take a right onto Glacier Creek Road. At the fork, take a right onto Thomson Creek Road/Heliotrope Ridge Road. Continue down this road for 1 mile until you get to Thompson Creek bridge.  Look for the blue NSEA tent near bridge. MAP

Nooksack River Walk
Sep
9
3:00 pm15:00

Nooksack River Walk

The beautiful Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest is one of the most visited forests in the country. Let's do our part to keep it healthy! Discover native plants, find aquatic insects, and learn about environmental stewardship on this salmon-focused nature walk along the North Fork Nooksack River led by NSEA's Nooksack River Steward volunteers. No cost, no RSVP necessary, all ages welcome. Meet at the Horseshoe Bend Trailhead off HWY 542 near Glacier. (Map)

Salmon Sighting
Sep
16
10:00 am10:00

Salmon Sighting

DISCOVER THE BEAUTY OF SALMON AS THEY FIND THEIR WAY HOME TO SPAWN.

Anyone who has seen salmon swimming their way up our watershed to spawn can tell you this is a must see feature of living in the Pacific Northwest.  The incredible display of perseverance and resilience can teach us a lot during Washington's darkest and rainiest season.  We invite you to join us in exploring the inspiring story of salmon at Thompson Creek Bridge.

NSEA naturalists will be available to answer questions. Event open to all ages, no cost and no RSVP needed to attend. Open house style, visit anytime between 10-12pm!

What type of salmon might I see? Pink (Oncorhynchus gorbuscha)

What if I have questions? NSEA naturalists will be available to answer questions and help visitors view salmon in our local creeks as they return from the sea.

What should I wear/bring? Wear sturdy shoes, bring a camera, binoculars and/or a sketch book to make a record of the mini miracle you'll see. 

Special Note to Pet Owners: Please leave your 4-legged friends at home so as not to disturb the salmon while spawning - their energy is already limited and additional stress can be lethal at this final stage in their lifecycle. 

Directions: From the Glacier Public Service Center head East on Mt. Baker HWY/SR 542.  Half a mile past mile marker 34 on SR 542, take a right onto Glacier Creek Road. At the fork, take a right onto Thomson Creek Road/Heliotrope Ridge Road. Continue down this road for 1 mile until you get to Thompson Creek bridge.  Look for the blue NSEA tent near bridge. MAP

Nooksack River Walk
Sep
16
3:00 pm15:00

Nooksack River Walk

The beautiful Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest is one of the most visited forests in the country. Let's do our part to keep it healthy! Discover native plants, find aquatic insects, and learn about environmental stewardship on this salmon-focused nature walk along the North Fork Nooksack River led by NSEA's Nooksack River Steward volunteers. No cost, no RSVP necessary, all ages welcome. Meet at the Horseshoe Bend Trailhead off HWY 542 near Glacier. (Map)

Salmon Sighting
Sep
23
10:00 am10:00

Salmon Sighting

DISCOVER THE BEAUTY OF SALMON AS THEY FIND THEIR WAY HOME TO SPAWN.

Anyone who has seen salmon swimming their way up our watershed to spawn can tell you this is a must see feature of living in the Pacific Northwest.  The incredible display of perseverance and resilience can teach us a lot during Washington's darkest and rainiest season.  We invite you to join us in exploring the inspiring story of salmon at Thompson Creek Bridge.

NSEA naturalists will be available to answer questions. Event open to all ages, no cost and no RSVP needed to attend. Open house style, visit anytime between 10-12pm!

What type of salmon might I see? Pink (Oncorhynchus gorbuscha)

What if I have questions? NSEA naturalists will be available to answer questions and help visitors view salmon in our local creeks as they return from the sea.

What should I wear/bring? Wear sturdy shoes, bring a camera, binoculars and/or a sketch book to make a record of the mini miracle you'll see. 

Special Note to Pet Owners: Please leave your 4-legged friends at home so as not to disturb the salmon while spawning - their energy is already limited and additional stress can be lethal at this final stage in their lifecycle. 

Directions: From the Glacier Public Service Center head East on Mt. Baker HWY/SR 542.  Half a mile past mile marker 34 on SR 542, take a right onto Glacier Creek Road. At the fork, take a right onto Thomson Creek Road/Heliotrope Ridge Road. Continue down this road for 1 mile until you get to Thompson Creek bridge.  Look for the blue NSEA tent near bridge. MAP

Nooksack River Walk
Sep
23
3:00 pm15:00

Nooksack River Walk

The beautiful Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest is one of the most visited forests in the country. Let's do our part to keep it healthy! Discover native plants, find aquatic insects, and learn about environmental stewardship on this salmon-focused nature walk along the North Fork Nooksack River led by NSEA's Nooksack River Steward volunteers. No cost, no RSVP necessary, all ages welcome. Meet at the Horseshoe Bend Trailhead off HWY 542 near Glacier. (Map)


Nooksack River Walk
Jun
24
3:00 pm15:00

Nooksack River Walk

The beautiful Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest is one of the most visited forests in the country. Let's do our part to keep it healthy! Discover native plants, find aquatic insects, and learn about environmental stewardship on this salmon-focused nature walk along the North Fork Nooksack River led by NSEA's Nooksack River Steward volunteers. No cost, no RSVP necessary, all ages welcome. Meet at the Horseshoe Bend Trailhead off HWY 542 near Glacier. (Map)