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It would be great to get the gang together, hope some of you can come out, also mark your calanders, the WSC Fundraising and Awards Banquet is Nov. 19-

Wild Steelhead Coalition General Meeting
General Public is welcome to attend
Program:"The All-H Hatchery Analyzer (AHA): A New Tool
for Science-Based Decision-Making about Hatcheries"

Speakers: Paul Seidel & Andy Appleby, Washington
Department of Fish & Wildlife

October 5, 6-9 PM at the Center for Urban
Horticulture, University of Washington Campus. 3501
NE 41st Street, Seattle, WA
http://depts.washington.edu/urbhort/...o/contact.html

Contact Phone 425-880-4254


"The All-H Hatchery Analyzer (AHA): A New Tool for
Science-Based Decision-Making about Hatcheries"
Speakers: Paul Seidel and Andy Appleby, WDFW

Reforming hatchery practices requires a watershed-based approach to
management of anadromous salmonids, one that takes into account all the
factors that affect a species (the "H's" of habitat, harvest and hatcheries). Recognizing this, the state and tribal co-managers of Washington's salmon and steelhead asked the Hatchery Scientific Review Group (HSRG) to work with them to develop tools for managing hatcheries in this new context. Technical discussions in 2004 with Washington State Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) and Northwest Indian Fisheries Commission (NWIFC) scientists resulted in one such tool: the "All-H Hatchery Analyzer" (AHA). This presentation will use steelhead case studies to demonstrate how AHA helps inform decision-making. Paul Seidel represents WDFW on the HSRG; Andy Appleby has taken the lead in using AHA to evaluate WDFW's hatchery programs.
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