Steelhead in the Classroom 2020 Workshop

The workshop is full! Please sign-up to be put on the wait list.

When: Saturday, January 25th, 2020

Time: 9:00 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.Steelhead in the Classroom program

Location: 9703 Wohler Road (near Forestville - Wohler Bridge)

Who: Teachers

Costs: FREE! Lunch is provided.

Workshop Description:

Teachers can raise steelhead in their classrooms after attending this workshop. This workshop is FREE, but space is limited!

Learn about your local watershed, the fish that live here and how you can raise steelhead in your classroom. This workshop qualifies teachers to apply for a permit to receive fish eggs from the Warms Springs Hatchery at Lake Sonoma.

By attending this workshop you will garner a greater understanding of your local watershed and fisheries, and receive lessons and activities focused on water quality, river systems, and the habitat needs of salmon. Project WILD aquatic certification is included in this workshop.

Learn more about the Steelhead in the Classroom Program

Workshop attendees will receive:

This workshop is co-sponsored by Sonoma Water, the California Department of Fish & Wildlife, and Redwood Empire Trout Unlimited.

Map with Driving Directions to the Water Education Center (PDF)

Register for the Steelhead in the Classroom Workshop 1/25/2020

Contact Information

Questions? Please contact David Berman at or 707-521-6201


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