Hatchery & Wild is a campaign to highlight the importance of fish hatcheries.  For decades they have provided important mitigation for the loss of naturally spawned salmon and steelhead.  And, absent hatchery supplementation there is a good chance that a lot of very popular fisheries would have ended a long time ago.

Hatcheries have been viewed by some as a major contributor to the decline of wild salmon and steelhead populations.  That premise has led to significant reductions, and in several cases complete elimination, of hatchery supplementation in hopes of reviving wild fish numbers.

Recent studies show that removing hatchery fish does not, by itself, result in an increase in wild fish. There is no known instance in Oregon or Washington, where the reduction or elimination of hatchery supplementation from watersheds with a historical wild fish population, resulted in an increase in wild fish abundance absent other contributing factors.

It is time to change the anti-hatchery narrative. History — and now sound science — shows hatcheries do not have an adverse impact on wild fish abundance and they are critical to enjoying robust and healthy fisheries.

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