In a partnership between Mid-Columbia Fisheries Enhancement, Heavenly Hills Harvest Farm, and YBEEP, Sunnyside 4th & 5th graders helped to restore the Yakima River riparian zone on the farm for salmon. Tiffany Bishop, YBEEP Director, assisted Mid-Columbia Fisheries Enhancement personnel … Continue reading
The YBEEP Board recently accepted, with great reluctance, the resignations of Bill and Julie Bradley. No two people have made more contributions to the formation and continued success of YBEEP than Bill and Julie. The basic concept of offering classroom … Continue reading
A letter from the outgoing Executive Director of YBEEP: CHANGING OF THE SEASONS We in the Yakima Valley are treated to nature’s spectacle of the changing seasons on a regular basis-the orchards clothed in spring colors, the blue skies and … Continue reading
We have added 3 new pages to this site. One page is a list of our available services, the second correlates our services with the science EALRS & ESEs, while the third gives a summary of services rendered for the … Continue reading
Yakima Basin Environmental Education Program (YBEEP) has been approved for inclusion in the Washington State Combined Fund Drive.
Tiffany Bishop has a BA in Geography from Central Washington University and a MS in Resource Management from Central Washington University(2012). She was an NSF-funded WATERS (Watershed Activities to Enhance Research in Schools) fellow from 2011-2012. She held the position … Continue reading
YBEEP is the recipient of a Washington Department of Fish & Wildlife ALEA Grant to repair salmon chillers and purchase filter media and water conditioner for Yakima & Kittitas County Salmon in the Classroom participants. If you have a chiller … Continue reading