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School Cooperative Program

Formerly Salmon in Schools

The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife’s (WDFW) School Cooperative Program (formerly Salmon in the Classroom) provides salmonid eggs to schools to be reared in a classroom aquarium in conjunction with science curriculum focused on the salmonid life-cycle. When fish reach the fry stage, schools release their fish in a local watershed.

FISH is happy to provide in classroom presentations, attend your Science Fair or provide a hatchery tour in conjunction with the School Cooperative Program (Salmon in Schools).

Learn about our school programs.