A watershed education program brought to you by
the Redwood Empire Chapter of Trout Unlimited.
Read about the history of Steelhead in the Classroom in California here:
Salmon in Schools History
Teachers’ In-service Seminar
Saturday, January 11, 2014
Registration 9:00 am
Program 9:30 am to 3:00 pm
At the fabulous remodeled
Warm Springs Dam Visitors Center at Lake Sonoma
3333 Skaggs Springs Road, Geyserville
* Talia Yates, DFW Permit Specialist
*Pat Higgins, Fisheries Biologist *Diane Higgins, Educator
*Richard McGowan, Program Coordinator
*Brian Hines, Incubatorist
$50 donation (payable at time of Registration) includes
Continental Breakfast - Classroom Curriculum - Incubator Handbook - Resources CD
> please R.S.V.P. at your earliest convenience <
via email to Brian Hines, firstname.lastname@example.org
or fax to (707) 575-3525 or phone message (707) 575-3999
Bring a lunch and join us to watch Steelhead jumping
the fish ladder behind the hatchery
Aquarium incubator information will be presented on our annual February workshop where an incubator can be built by new teachers to the program
Due to DF&G regulations, all NEW participants are required and all previous participants are invited to attend this in-service for permit updates and program protocols as well as goals and information exchange.
From the south: 101 north to the last Healdsburg exit, Dry Creek Road. Turn left (west) and go 12 to 15 miles to the base of the dam. The Visitors’ Center will be on your right.
From the north: 101 south to Canyon Road exit. Turn right (west). Go approximately 3 miles to Dry Creek Road. Turn right, proceed to base of dam. Visitors’ Center on right.
Note that Dry Creek Road becomes Skaggs Springs Road after crossing Dry Creek bridge at the base of the dam.