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Fish Hatcheries make a wonderful Field Trip
The Vermont Fish and Wildlife Department has five hatcheries, each with its own unique characteristics. The department started raising fish in Vermont in 1891. The oldest hatchery is in Roxbury, built in 1890-91. The newest hatchery was built in 1991 in Grand Isle. Today, the department's hatchery system produces almost a million fish annually. All of our hatcheries are open for viewing daily. For visitation hours or to schedule a group or school tour, please call the specific fish culture station listed below.

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