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Invite Us to a Classroom, Enter to Win a Trip!

It was an exciting fall on the Columbia River’s Hanford Reach for salmon anglers and HanfordLearning.org staffers alike. Anglers caught record numbers of Chinook, sockeye, and coho salmon on The Reach in 2014, and HanfordLearning.org caught lots of the action on film for an upcoming video chronicling the importance of Hanford Reach salmon to local communities.

Creating educational media like original videos, interviews, and this website are part of what HanfordLearning.org does, but our primary objective involves working directly with teachers and students to create compelling learning experiences focused around the Hanford Site and the Columbia River.

Whether you’re a teacher, parent, or student, you can help HanfordLearning.org educate youths about the Hanford Nuclear Site and the nearby Columbia River fishery for a chance to win two seats on a 2015 salmon fishing trip and tour of the Hanford Reach National Monument with HanfordLearning staff and TJ Hester of Hester’s Sportfishing.
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