Submitted by Grays Harbor College
Earlier this month, 1,000 young trout were transferred to the Fish Lab where they will be cared for until next Spring. In addition, coho and chum eggs will be arriving later this Fall and Fish Lab volunteers from our community are working to ready the facility. Also during November, more extensive monitoring of Alder and Fry Creeks will be underway.
Each of these projects involves utilizing the new equipment.
The group meets at 3 p.m. every Monday and Wednesday and starts at 8 a.m. Saturdays. GHC biology instructor Dr. Amanda Gunn organizes the Fish Lab projects; those interested can contact her, firstname.lastname@example.org about volunteer opportunities.
To further support the work of the GHC Fish Lab in our community or to provide financial support for other GHC programs, please contact Lisa J. Smith, Executive Director of the Grays Harbor College Foundation, email@example.com (360) 538-4243.
Learn more about the Grays Harbor College’s Fish Lab, read this article.