Tag: Hatcheries

Upper Skagit Tribe replaces hatchery roof

SEDRO-WOOLLEY (Dec. 1, 2008) – The Upper Skagit Indian Tribe built a new roof for its hatchery, to protect fish and children from the elements. The 20-year-old hatchery used to have a roof that didn’t completely cover two...

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Fish for a buck!

After spawning out the male and female adult chinook and chum at Grovers Creek Hatchery this fall, the Suquamish Tribal staff has more carcasses than it knows what to do with. So the public takes it off their hands – for a...

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New Hatchery Tagging Trailer Helps Salmon

OLYMPIA (May 2, 2005) – A new automatic clipping and tagging trailer is assisting treaty tribes in western Washington in more efficiently marking and identifying hatchery salmon. “Being able to tell hatchery and wild...

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Grayum Named NWIFC Executive Director

OLYMPIA (February 1, 2005) – The treaty Indian tribes in western Washington have named Michael Grayum as executive director of the Northwest Indian Fisheries Commission. Grayum, 57, replaces James Anderson, 54, who served as...

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Strong Laws Will Protect Salmon

November 1, 2004 We need good, strong laws to protect salmon. King, Pierce and other counties surrounding Puget Sound are strengthening habitat protection rules by updating their Critical Area Ordinances. These rules are...

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