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Club Projects

2012 Projects

bulletParticipate in and support the Wenatchee River Salmon Fest.
bulletParticipate in and support the CASTS event at the Hatchery.
bulletContinue the effort with the Washington Water Project to expand the Salmon in the Classroom Program to Chelan and Grant County schools.
bulletProvide grants to high school seniors from the Cascade, Cashmere and Entiat School Districts, and to college sophomore and juniors from those same school districts that are pursuing resource-related major degree programs.
bulletConduct our annual Icicle Creek clean-up.
bulletParticipate in the annual Wenatchee River clean-up
bulletConduct our annual Kids Fishing Derby at the Blackbird Acclimation / Kids Fishing Pond.
bulletAssist the Hatchery personnel with salmon spawning.
bulletParticipate in and support the annual CASTS fishing event.
bulletContinue to secure funds to support an Icicle Creek tributary assessment.
bulletContinue to participate in the development of a Salmon Life Cycle Landscape on the Hatchery grounds.
bulletPurchase Trout Unlimited signs to be placed alongside those of the other service organizations at the Leavenworth City limits.

2011 Projects

bulletThe chapter paid for the materials that Rainy Marson used to build a shelter with a picnic table on the Hatchery grounds. This shelter was her senior high school project.
bulletThe chapter supported and participated in the annual Wenatchee River Salmon Fest with our food booth and a $500 donation.
bulletThe chapter supported and participated in the annual CASTS fishing event by cleaning fish and a $500 donation.
bulletThe chapter expanded our Salmon in the Classroom program to Beaver Valley Elementary School in Plain. In addition, the chapter is partnering with Trout Unlimited’s Washington Water Project office to expand the Salmon in the Classroom program to schools in the Wenatchee and East Wenatchee school districts.
bulletThe chapter awarded three $1,000 grants to high school seniors to support their college education.
bulletChapter members conducted our annual one day Icicle Creek clean-up.
bulletChapter members participated in the annual Wenatchee River clean-up.
bulletThe chapter conducted our annual Kids Fishing Derby at the Blackbird Acclimation / Kids Fishing Pond.
bulletChapter members participated in a Wenatchee River stewardship event held at the Ponderosa Pines Community Center in Plain.
bulletThe chapter purchased fishing rods and tackle that was donated to Leavenworth hotels and campgrounds for the use by their guests.
bulletTwo chapter members attended a regional Salmon Recovery conference in April.
bulletA chapter member was a member of the Grant County PUD technical committee responsible for the White River hatchery project.
bulletChapter members assisted Hatchery personnel with salmon spawning.
bulletChapter members assisted Chelan County Department of Natural Resources for two days of riparian work on the White River.

Other 2011 Projects

bulletChapter members cleaned fish for the Hatchery’s senior and special needs fishing events.
bulletThe chapter and the Washington Water Project are jointly pursuing grants to fund an Icicle Creek tributary assessment, following the US Bureau of Reclamation methodology.
bulletIn partnership with the Hatchery and the Friends of Northwest Hatcheries, Cascade Columbia Fisheries Enhancement Group and the chapter have secured $6,000 to prepare a conceptual design of a Salmon Life Cycle Landscape to be developed on the Hatchery grounds.
bulletChapter members conducted a one day Fish Lake clean-up.
 

Summary of 2011 Volunteer Hours


 A. Installation of informational sign: 10 hours
 B. Wenatchee River Salmon Festival: 235 hours
 C. CASTS event: 47 hours
 D. Salmon in the Classroom: 125 hours
 E. Icicle Creek clean-up: 63 hours
 F. Salmon spawning: 32 hours.
 G. Fish cleaning for seniors: 20 hours
 H. Fish cleaning for handicap: 20 hours
  I. Wenatchee River clean-up: 30 hours
 J. Processing excess salmon: 169 hours.
 K. Riparian project work for Grant County on the White River: 64 hours
 L. Fishing Derby at Fish Lake: 186 hours
 M. Fishing Derby at acclimation pond: 98 hours.
 N. Attendance at regional and state meetings on fish issues: 87 hours.

 

 

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