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On the Refuge Road: The National Fish Hatchery

The Edenton National Fish Hatchery was started in 1898 on Pembroke Creek and remained there for the next sixty years, relocating to a new site half-a-mile away in 1960. The hatchery's original mission was to address declining fish populations, including the American shad and river herring. Smith discusses the hatchery's mission and methods.
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