The State of Salmon Hatchery Science and the Role Hatcheries Play in Coastal Communities and Seafood
Salmon hatcheries developed on the West Coast close to a century ago, and today produce fish to make up for habitat lost to dams, fulfill tribal treaty fishing rights and trust obligations, and support recreational and commercial fishing. While hatcheries have benefits, they also pose risks to wild fish, many now protected under the Endangered Species Act. The science of hatcheries has continued to advance as they have adopted new strategies to support sustainable fisheries and seafood while also protecting and recovering wild populations. Join SeafoodSource for a deep dive into the state of salmon hatcheries and the seafood they produce with NOAA Fisheries and other experts.
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