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  • For Fish & Flowers – Watershed Awareness Volunteer Event

Join us for an awesome weekend of volunteering and fun on Saturday and Sunday, June 18 & 19, from 8:30am to 1pm in Arana Gulch.

When: Saturday and Sunday, June 18 & 19

Time: 8:30am to 1pm

Where: Arana Gulch, Agnes Street Entrance

What to Bring: Closed toe shoes, sun protection, water and snacks

About: We’re looking forward to a fun day of watershed education and community action, including invasive species removal, family friendly fish printing, other salmon related crafts, and lots of locally donated snacks and coffee! We would love for anyone to join for one or both days. A flyer with more information is attached.

Hosts: This event is co-hosted by the City of Santa Cruz Parks and Recreation department and Isabelle Tang and Noël Clark, corps members with the Watershed Stewards Program and members of the NOAA SWFSC Scott Creek team.

More info about the event and link to RSVP here.


Featured Past Events

(Re)watch some of FCP’s favorite recorded past events.


  • Diverse Voices in Fisheries Science 

Access the recorded seminars

  • Science Sunday, featuring Miles Daniels, Ph.D.

  • Labside Chats, featuring Katie Kobayashi

  • Labside Chats, featuring Stephanie Brodie, Ph.D.

  • Labside Chats, featuring Haley Ohms, Ph.D.

Interested in one of our scientists presenting at your community event? Contact us.