For more than a century, Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife hatcheries have produced fish for harvest. Today, hatcheries provide the foundation for the state's popular recreational fisheries and the many jobs that depend on them These dynamic roles supervise and direct all aspects of fish production within the complex(es) of responsibility. The primary purpose is to achieve conservation and  fishery enhancement objectives.

Kendall Creek Fish Hatchery

Will supervise and administratively oversee operations at the Kendall Creek, Bellingham, Lake Whatcom, Samish, Baker Lake, and Marblemount.  Hatchery Staff under supervisor responsibility include: 3 – HS4’s, 4 – HS3’s, 10 – HS2’s, 5 – FHT’s.

Wallace River Hatchery

Will supervise

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