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  1. National fish hatcheries use aquaculture to raise threatened, endangered, or at-risk species in a safe captive environment for eventual release into a natural setting. This work, along with habitat restoration, and other federal protections, can help boost and support wild populations.

  2. National Fish Hatchery System Celebrates 150 Years of Conservation! June 10th, 2022, marks the 150th anniversary of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service’s National Fish Hatchery System! The National Fish Hatchery System was created by Congress to help address collapsing fisheries and boost production of food fish to feed families.

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  4. List of National Fish Hatcheries in the United States 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 . References [ edit]

  5. A fish hatchery is a place for artificial breeding, egg hatching, and rearing across the early life stages of aquatic animals (e.g. finfish and crustaceans). The output of a hatchery is normally fry, fingerlings or juveniles (with the respective name depending on the life stage/age of the fish). These young small fish are then transferred to an ...

  6. As part of the review, the Service established and ranked the following priorities for the National Fish Hatchery System's propagation programs for fish and other aquatic species consistent with the Service's mission and priorities: · Recovery of threatened or endangered species. · Restoration of imperiled species.

  7. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Coleman National Fish Hatchery 24411 Coleman Fish Hatchery Road Anderson, CA 96007 Tel: (530) 365 - 8781 FAX: (530) 365 – 0193 e-mail: brett_galyean@fws.gov Operations Staff Lead Mr. John Rueth, Assistant Hatchery Manager U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Livingston Stone National Fish Hatchery 16349 Shasta Dam Blvd

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