Salmon Commission Helping Sitka Sound Center’s Hatchery Program

The hatchery program at the Sitka Sound Science Center is getting a helping hand from the Pacific Salmon Commission.

The center has been awarded $130,000 in grant funding to improve the hatchery’s water intake system, which was originally built around the turn of the 20th century to float logs to the sawmill at the Sheldon Jackson Training School.

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Robert Woolsey is a reporter at KCAW in Sitka.