Family Creek Brunch and Fair has fun activities for the whole family!
Welcome to the Hatchery
D.C. Booth Historic National Fish Hatchery and Archives provides many exciting visitor opportunities, as well as gives back to the local community.
D.C. Booth Historic National Fish Hatchery and Archives welcomes visitors to the historic hatchery and museum for an educational closeup view of the fish production process.
With over 150,000 visitors annually, the dedicated volunteer hosts at the Visitor Center, Museum, Railcar and Historic House bring the hatchery experience alive with educational tours. Educational programs/tours are provided for the public during business hours from 9am-7pm, May-Sept., on an as-come, as-needed basis.
Why is it that I see very little reference to the USFWS in any posts except their interest in closing the Hatchery. It is still part of the National Fish Hatchery system and should be portrayed as such. Maybe that would have helped keep the interest in the station. Just sayin....
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