Maine Fishery Resources Office
Northeast Region
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Our Goal

We strive to restore anadromous species habitat within Gulf of Maine (GOM) Distinct Population Segment (DPS) Atlantic Salmon rivers, primarily through “on-the-ground” restoration projects.

History

In 1987, we were created by the United States Fish and Wildlife Service in order to provide liason, coordination, and technical assistance to varying anadromous fish restoration programs in Maine. Located at Craig Brook National Fish Hatchery in East Orland, Maine, we are a vital component of the Maine Fishery Resources Complex.

 

 


Last updated: February 19, 2014