Become a FISH Member

Read what FISH members have to say about why they belong:

"FISH membership gives me the incomparable satisfaction of supporting the best Northwest environmental education and advocacy work that perserves and share our precious natural heritage."

"It is a thrill to share my love of anadromous fish with the public and my fellow FISH members. Membership feeds my need to constantly learn - those opportunities grow every week. I greatly enjoy working directly with the fish."

"Being a FISH member allows me to meet and associate with people who care about salmon and the over all environment. Being a volunteer at the hatchery is a wonderful experience allowing me to educate visitors and explain the salmon life cycle."

FISH members enjoy the following benefits (Newly updated!):

Free access to quarterly “FISH Member Days”, special events exclusively for FISH members (behind the scenes tours, movie nights, fish print parties, summer fun fest)

Discounts on facility rentals and Summer Salmon Science Camp

A colorful vinyl car decal that will allow you to display your support of FISH with others

A membership card identifying you as a FISH supporter

Beginning in 2016, a special renewal gift for returning FISH Members

A 10% discount at the FISH Shop, the gift shop located on the hatchery grounds

A 15% discount at the FISH Shop during Small Business Saturday (day following Black Friday)

Monthly e-newsletters

Annual membership meetings

Pride in knowing that you are doing your part for the environment, wildlife, and education

Tax deduction

FISH is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization; 100% of your donation is tax deductible.

ANNUAL MEMBERSHIP LEVELS

$15 – Chum Salmon (Student)
$15 - Silver Salmon (Seniors over 65)
$25 – Pink Salmon (Individual)
$40 – Sockeye Salmon (Family)
$150 – Kokanee (Corporate)
$500 – King Salmon (Benefactor)

We accept credit card payments online;
or simply send a check made out to FISH to:
125 W. Sunset Way, Issaquah, WA 98027

We also welcome gifts of any amount! Every bit helps!

Friends of the Issaquah Salmon Hatchery on PlaceFull