Quilcene National Fish Hatchery
Pacific Region
 

Opportunity for Camp Host Volunteer at Quilcene NFH in 2017

The main duty as Camp Host Volunteer at Quilcene National Fish Hatchery, is to give tours to visitors (walk-in, school tours, and occasional groups), in particular, on weekends and holidays. Tour presentation can be easily learned from hatchery staff. Each camp host volunteer, works four hours each day (total of 20 hours per week, typically (Thursday thru Monday).

Other duties include, keeping visitor brochure rack filled, cleaning restrooms, watering and weeding flower bed, dead head flowers, lawn mowing, picking up flower blooms under rhododendrons, use of weed eater, vacuuming office break rooms, and visitor area, cleaning windows.

RV pad available with deck, storage shed and picnic table.

Quilcene National Fish Hatchery is located in Washington State on US Highway 101, along Hood Canal on the beautiful Olympic peninsula, two miles south of the town of Quilcene.

Last updated: July 16, 2015
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