FREE Lending Resources for Teachers and Community Members

Our goal is to support teachers and members of the community in their efforts to educate others about salmon and watersheds, and help protect our natural resources.

Check out our free lending resources below!

Car Wash Kit

Looking for a fundraising idea? Hold a car wash and help keep our streams clean!

King County has granted FISH an environmentally friendly car wash kit available for loan to the community.

Clean Stream Car Care Tips

If it washes off the driveway, parking lot or pavement, it goes to a storm drain. All storm drains lead to streams, lakes or Puget Sound.
WHAT CAN YOU DO?
Wash your car on the lawn or go to a car wash.
Don’t wash your cleaning products into streets and drains. All soaps are harmful to aquatic life!

More Tips
• Get regular tune-ups and oil changes.
• If you change your own oil, catch all the oil and recycle it.
• Fix oil leaks promptly.
• Use kitty litter to absorb oil leaks and dispose of kitty litter in the garbage.
• Keep antifreeze off roads and driveways (and away from pets); drain into covered containers and take to hazardous waste disposal.

Click here for more information about King County’s salmon‑friendly carwash kits.

TO BORROW THE CAR WASH KIT

Call 425-392-1118 and leave a message, or send an e-mail to Celina Steiger, Education Coordinator, at celina@issaquahfish.org. Please be sure to include the following information:

• Date you’d like to pick it up from the FISH office
• Group or school name
• Contact name
• Contact email address
• Contact phone number

Salmon Trunk

The Salmon Trunk, produced by Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife, is a great resource for teachers, home-school groups and even after-school and youth programs. Activities work best for 2nd grade through high school, and include art, math and science topics.

TO BORROW THE SALMON TRUNK

Call 425-392-1118 and leave a message, or send an e-mail to Celina Steiger, Education Coordinator, at celina@issaquahfish.org. Please be sure to include the following information:

• Date you’d like to pick it up from the FISH office
• Group or school name
• Contact name
• Contact email address
• Contact phone number

WHO?

Activities for K through high school.

WHEN?

The trunk can be borrowed anytime of the year.

HOW LONG?

You may borrow the trunk for up to two weeks;
extensions may be granted.

HOW MUCH?

It's FREE!