Signing up to spend a few hours greeting visitors at the front desk is a pleasant way to get out into the community.

Using your demonstration and teaching skills to assist with naturalist tours, especially focusing on salmon spawning time, is a way to interact with youngsters and share their excitement as they participate in the progress of salmon in the habitat waterway, or in a dissection at the riverside.

Tending the landscaping, predominately natural, of the Centre’s grounds, is another skill that would be appreciated as the grounds continue to take shape.

If you are truly interested in fish, perhaps you’d like to take a day a week in season to share the responsibility for doing the hatchery chores.

Or you could don some waders and go into the river with the fellows and help with the harvesting itself, perhaps using nets, lines or an encircling trap.

Contact us at 250-642-4200 or email admin@jdfcharterssalmon.com.