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When my wife & I arrived at the Hatchery, a volunteer warmly greeted us and showed us around the hatchery. Later on, the manager arrived he invited us to help him by releasing the young coho into the river. He gave us a lot of...More
We loved our visit here. The very knowledgeable and experienced guide patiently told us all about this place and how it is run, and how salmon get imprinted to return to their familiar waters. Lots of volunteer effort keeps this place running. Payment is by...More
We stopped in with our three kids. Primarily volunteer run, someone was happy to show us around. The kids enjoyed looking at the fish in the large tanks and feeding them. Fall would be a good time to visit (spawning) but we enjoyed the path...More
Chapman creek walkabout the day before so stopped in to see the hatchery. Very informative young man walked us through the various stages, very passionatec about his work, enjoyed our visit, small facility, but making a difference, which matters.
Small hatchery, but even in mid March lots of interesting parts to our visit. Received a guided tour by team member who was extremely knowledgeable and obviously committed to this environment. We had a delightful time and also an enjoyable, but fairly brief walk on...More
You will find this group hard working well informed, community minded and generally concerned with what is going on.
A great stop for everyone in your family
Take some time out to help out by joining in on any one of the many community events...More