Midwest Fisheries Program: New Web Sites For All
Consistent look, easy navigation and federal web compliance are just a few of the many benefits found in the web site updates. (U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service photo)
By Katie Steiger-Meister
What do six national fish hatcheries, six fish and wildlife conservation offices, two biological research stations and one fish health center have in common? New websites!
In an era of tablet computers and smart phones, the internet has become one of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service’s most dynamic platforms to teach the American public about who we are.
To help share their story, the Midwest Fisheries Program recently undertook the challenge of revamping not one, but all 15 of their field offices’ websites.
With assistance from External Affairs, the new field office websites are now up-to-date reflections of the high caliber work taking place.