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      • Livingston Stone National Fish Hatchery, Shasta Lake, California. It is a substation of Colman. Coleman was established in 1942 to mitigate the loss of natural salmon to historic spawning areas due to the construction of the Shasta and Keswick dams. The Livingston Stone subunit was added in 1997.
  1. The Department of Fish and Wildlife manages California's diverse fish, wildlife, and plant resources, and the habitats upon which they depend, for their ecological values and for their use and enjoyment by the public.

  2. Jan 11, 2010 · In the early 1900s, CDFW assumed responsibility for the state for stocking hatchery trout into California lakes and rivers. Since 1945, CDFW has assumed responsibility for the rearing and stocking of both inland and anadromous fish species at 21 hatcheries and planting bases located throughout the state.

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  4. Livingston Stone National Fish Hatchery, Shasta Lake, California. It is a substation of Colman. Coleman was established in 1942 to mitigate the loss of natural salmon to historic spawning areas due to the construction of the Shasta and Keswick dams. The Livingston Stone subunit was added in 1997. The hatcheries produce chinook salmon and ...

  5. Dec 20, 2018 · The hatchery suffered $3.2 million in damages. Repairs are ongoing, and the hatchery is expected to come back online in the spring of 2019 and then return to full production by 2020. Historically, Moccasin Creek Hatchery produced more than 200,000 pounds of fish per year and was a major supplier of trout for the 12 counties in CDFW’s Central ...

  6. The Little White Salmon National Fish Hatchery has thousands of trays, each with approximately 5,000 fertilized eggs. Each year, the Hatchery raises millions of spring and fall Chinook. When released, they will become the next generation of Pacific salmon in the Columbia Basin.

  7. A hatchery is a fish farm, and fish farming in the Columbia River Basin has been utilized since the late 1800s to provide salmon and steelhead for harvest, particularly commercial harvest, and to compensate for fish losses caused by human activities such as the destruction of fish habitat and construction of dams.

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