Western New England Complex
Northeast Region



The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Western New England Complex restores and conserves fish and wildlife resources in the Lake Champlain and Connecticut River watersheds and adjacent watersheds for public benefit. Our activities are carried out through habitat improvement, fish hatchery production, providing technical expertise in fish and wildlife management, increasing technical knowledge about the living resources of Lake Champlain and the Connecticut River, enhancing interagency cooperation and partnerships, and informing the public about fish and wildlife conservation and management.

Dave Tilton
Western New England Complex Manager

Last updated: March 2, 2011

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