For the last five years, the National Conservation Training Center has been designing a new museum highlighting the 150th anniversary of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. The new museum renovation is almost complete. It includes dioramas, new rotating exhibits, and a video map showing the growth of National Fish Hatcheries and National Wildlife Refuges over the last century and a half. We are very excited to share with our visitors when NCTC classes begin again.
The design team included NCTC graphic designer Kelly Fike, Lyons Zaremba Associates, and Malone Design/Fabrication.
If you have any questions, please contact Historian Mark Madison, firstname.lastname@example.org.