Salmon Summit volunteer helps students release salmon

April 26, 2019by ncdea

WASHINGTON, Benton CD – A Salmon Summit volunteer is teaching Tri-Cities school children about fish, the outdoors and conservation with help from the Richland Rod and Gun Club. Kids raise the fish and in late April, each student releases a tiny salmon into the Columbia River. “Some have tears in their eyes” as they release fish after watching them in their classroom for months, Van Liew said.

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