EFFC Conservation

One of the Evergreen Fly Fishing Club's cornerstone principles is conservation. Since the club's founding, our members have continuously volunteered to educate others and work with projects to save our natural resources. We have a Conservation Committee that meets monthly to discuss conservation issues and related activities that the club can participate in or promote.
This is Haller Boat Launch were we have repaired the ramp. Here we are counting bugs with Sound Salmon Solutions in
Terlo Creek to determine how healthy it is.


Haller Boat Launch

Jim Creek 

Click here to see what we are doing at Lone Lake


    Our conservation committee has also constructed a historical sign/monument on the North Fork Stillaguamish River.  The sign tells about the local history of fly fishing on this river and the important pioneering role the North Fork Stillaguamish played as the first river in Washington to have a "Fly Fishing Only" regulation for summer run steelhead.