Lower Snake River Compensation Plan
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Hagerman National Fish Hatchery

Hagerman National Fish Hatchery in 1983 was rebuilt and facilities expanded by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers as part of the Lower Snake River Compensation Plan to offset losses caused by dams on the lower Snake River. Adults which produce eggs for Hageman NFH, are trapped at several sites in the Salmon River, including Sawtooth FH. The hatchery produces about 1.4 million steelhead each year for release in the Salmon River basin.

Last updated: July 8, 2011
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