ScCS

Salvelinus confluentus Curiosity Society

The Salvelinus confluentus Curiosity Society (ScCS) is a group of biologists, naturalists, and Bull Trout enthusiasts that share knowledge to develop rational management of wild Bull Trout stocks and their habitat. Since 1989, the ScCS has been meeting annually to learn from each other and assist with local efforts aimed at Bull Trout conservation and management.

History of the Salvelinus confluentus Curiosity Society

Upcoming Meeting

The 2019 annual meeting of the Salvelinus confluentus Curiosity Society will be held at The Nature Conservancy’s Research Station on Sycan Marsh near Gearhart Mountain, Oregon, from August 27-29.