Education Let's Go Outside!
An educational virtual tour and self-guided tours are available at the Hatchery. See a video of the Hatchery at the Twin Falls Chamber of Commerce. The Hatchery grounds are open from 7 AM until 6 PM daily. Limited guided group tours are available. Call the Hatchery to schedule at 208-837-4896.
There are 5 local parks in the area operated by Idaho Parks and Recreation. Information about these parks can be obtained from Idaho Parks and Recreation and select "Thousand Springs". The Hagerman Fossil Beds National Monument is also located with in a short drive from the Hatchery. Additional information is available from Southern Idaho Tourism.
The Hatchery Evaluation Team has several reports from Hatchery research projects. The team is composed of members from the Idaho Fisheries Resource Office, the Lower Snake River Compensation Plan Office, the Idaho Department of Fish and Game Fisheries Research, and the Hatchery staff.
National Pollution Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) permit documents, Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points (HACCP) plan, Annual and Monthly reports, and Hatchery Highlight documents are also available in Adobe PDF format..
Several documents related to the 2001 Oster Lake fire and rehabilitation are also available.