The Citizen Action Training School is a civic engagement and watershed and marine ecology program that will train future community leaders to support Puget Sound recovery efforts locally and regionally.
The seven Puget Sound Regional Fisheries Enhancement Groups (RFEGs) recognize that wild salmon populations cannot survive without a healthy Puget Sound, and are committed to nourishing conscious communities that are advocates for and stewards of their part of the Salish Sea.
And so, the Puget Sound RFEGs are excited to offer a comprehensive adult education program – the Citizen Action Training School, or CATS, which will create a pool of future community leaders who are aware, educated, and active stewards and advocates for their watersheds and the greater Puget Sound. CATS is a 12 week training program in watershed and Puget Sound ecology, with an added focus on civic engagement in the legal and regulatory processes that affect resource management.
Citizen Action Training School (CATS)
Nooksack Salmon Enhancement Association
PO Box 32594
Bellingham, WA 98228
(360) 715-0283 ext. 109