Posts tagged nature program
Docent Training Begins in March 2017

Docent Training Begins in March 2017 Would you like to help the rangers with their environmental education programs? There are many opportunities to work with students at the park during the school year and also to have fun in nature with kids and families in the summer.

Ranger Rick Oakley provides docent training. If you are interested, come see what it is all about.

Contact director@flssp.org for more information.

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It’s Salmon SEEson Again!

It’s Salmon SEEson Again! So many ways to SEE salmon – don’t miss out this celebratory fall activity!

Check out the resources here:

http://www.govlink.org/watersheds/8/action/salmon-seeson/

Come take a walk on the board along Issaquah Creek at Lake Sammamish State Park and review the interpretive signs about the salmon. Smell the salmon as they arrive. New brochures will be available throughout the park to give you more salmon insights!

Enjoy the return of the salmon!

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Nature Programs All Summer Long – FREE!

Summer Nature Programs at Lake Sammamish State Park Wanda Peters, state parks interpretive specialist, has created an exciting line-up of special nature programs at Lake Sammamish State Park for people of all ages this summer beginning June 25 through Labor Day weekend.

All programs are free! Remember your Discover Pass!

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