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  1. This List of National Fish Hatcheries in the United States includes the 70 National Fish Hatcheries, seven Fish Technology Centers and nine Fish Health Centers that are administered as components of the National Fish Hatchery System by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.

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  4. Cackle Hatchery PO Box 529 Lebanon MO 65536-0529 417-532-4581 www.cacklehatchery.com Clearview Hatchery PO Box 399 Gratz PA 17030 717- 365-3234 Decorah Hatchery, Inc. Box 205 Decorah IA 52101 563-382-4103 decorahhatchery@gmail.com www.decorahhatchery.com Dunlap Hatchery Box 507 Caldwell ID 83606-0507 208-459-9088

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  5. Apr 15, 2022 · ODFW operated 33 hatcheries, 4 rearing ponds at locations separate from hatcheries, 8 acclimation facilities, and 9 adult trapping facilities in 2003. Many of these hatcheries have been in continuous operation from the early 1900’s and have been upgraded to varying degrees as funding permits, while others began operation within the last 20 ...

  6. Hatcheries have operated in Washington since 1895, where there are currently 83 state run, 51 tribal, and 12 federal in the state. California, Alaska and Oregon have similar systems. The hatcheries have support from both commercial and recreational fisherman, who like that they help maintain a baseline of fish.

  7. Apr 26, 2018 · In this paper, we describe the current number and distribution of fish hatcheries operated for public purposes in North America, provide insights on the costs and benefits of hatcheries operated for public use and other public trust purposes, provide initial cost comparisons to habitat rehabilitation or restoration, and consider the role of ...

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