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Fish Hatchery Management Policy - The Hatchery Management Policy complements and supports the Native Fish Conservation Policy through conservation plans developed for individual species management units, hatchery program management plans, or other formal agreements with management partners. The Hatchery Management Policy provides a foundation for the management and reform of hatcheries in Oregon, whereas the Native Fish Conservation Policy establishes the process for defining the specific use of the hatchery tool in specific watersheds.
The Native Fish Society protects and restores native, wild fish and their habitats in the Pacific Northwest. NFS works with public agencies and governments to get native fish conservation policies implemented and to ensure that native fish policies are indeed followed once implemented. The Native Fish Society is involved in public policy decisions and promotes scientifically-based solutions to fish management problems. We also encourage the involvement at both the administrative and personal levels by the public by educating them about the beauty, mystery and value of native fish and their environment.