Come Back, Salmon: How a Group of Dedicated Kids Adopted

Come Back, Salmon: How a Group of Dedicated Kids Adopted

Come Back, Salmon: How a Group of Dedicated Kids Adopted Pigeon Creek and Brought It Back To... ➶ [Read] ➲ Come Back, Salmon: How a Group of Dedicated Kids Adopted Pigeon Creek and Brought It Back To... By Molly Cone ➾ – Centrumpowypadkowe.co.uk Describes the efforts of the Jackson Elementary School in Everett, Washington, to clean up a nearby stream, stock it with salmon, and preserve it as an unpolluted place where the salmon could return t Describes the Salmon: How MOBI ï efforts of the Jackson Elementary School in Everett, Washington, to clean up a nearby stream, stock it with salmon, and preserve it as an unpolluted place where the salmon could return to spawn.


10 thoughts on “Come Back, Salmon: How a Group of Dedicated Kids Adopted Pigeon Creek and Brought It Back To...

  1. Barbara Barbara says:

    About a primary school that adopted a creek, cleaned it up, added salmon fry that it hatched, and re established salmon Every kid helped clean up the creek and educate the neighbors on why not to dump stuff in it They watched the eggs hatch and develop into fry They learned to test the water quality They each released at least one young fish They checked the creek for weeks when the salmon might return It s a very inspirational story Makes me want to start such a project here.


  2. Meghan Meghan says:

    This book is about how Jackson Elementary School in Everett, WA adopted a stream, Pigeon Creek, in the mid 1980 s and brought it from an uninhabitable dumping ground to a flourishing stream, once again alive with salmon There was incredible effort made by students, who eventually got the attention and support of the nearby community.


  3. Darlene Andre Darlene Andre says:

    This is an amazing book showing how kids make a difference and we all need to do our part to help the environment.


  4. bryan bryan says:

    This is a great source for a lesson about conservation This also may spark an idea for the children to start their own conservation project.


  5. Jaime Jaime says:

    best book ever


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