The Great American Hatchery Road Trip - Quilcene Infographic

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Image contains a graphic of a cartoon-like map. A fish drives a car on a road that winds down the page, stopping at various sites in the hatchery.

Operational since 1911, the Quilcene National Fish Hatchery rears and releases coho salmon to fulfill Tribal Trust responsibilities and to enhance local recreational & commercial fishing. The hatchery lies in Washington's GORGEOUS Olympic Peninsula and is co-managed by the Port Gamble S' Klallam, Jamestown S, Klallam, Skokomish, Lower Elwha Klallam, and Suquamish Tribes. 

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