Lourie Buskola, with the the Washington State Dept. of Fish and Wildlife, talks to a class from Shining Mountain Elementary School in Spanaway about raising Rainbow Trout earlier this year. Buskola, who works at the historic Puyallup hatchery, said she momentarily stopped her fish feeding because she enjoys talking to kids. The Puyallup Historical Hatchery Foundation will present the third annual Salmon Homecoming on Saturday (Oct. 1).
Lourie Buskola, with the the Washington State Dept. of Fish and Wildlife, talks to a class from Shining Mountain Elementary School in Spanaway about raising Rainbow Trout earlier this year. Buskola, who works at the historic Puyallup hatchery, said she momentarily stopped her fish feeding because she enjoys talking to kids. The Puyallup Historical Hatchery Foundation will present the third annual Salmon Homecoming on Saturday (Oct. 1). Dean J. Koepfler Staff photographer
Lourie Buskola, with the the Washington State Dept. of Fish and Wildlife, talks to a class from Shining Mountain Elementary School in Spanaway about raising Rainbow Trout earlier this year. Buskola, who works at the historic Puyallup hatchery, said she momentarily stopped her fish feeding because she enjoys talking to kids. The Puyallup Historical Hatchery Foundation will present the third annual Salmon Homecoming on Saturday (Oct. 1). Dean J. Koepfler Staff photographer

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