Nooksack River Stewards
The Nooksack River Stewards program is collaboration between the United States Forest Service and NSEA. Through the River Stewards program, NSEA engages residents and visitors and provides outreach and education about wild salmon, native fish populations, and the Nooksack River watershed.
NSEA recruits and trains volunteer River Stewards to educate visitors and residents about salmon in the North Fork of the Nooksack River and shares stewardship practices that reduce negative impacts to salmon and salmon habitat. River Stewards are stationed in Glacier, the hub for visitors to the North Fork watershed, on weekends from June-September during the busy summer season and educate the people who live, paddle, hike, camp, and play by the river in four ways: