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Neosho Fish Hatchery

By Clip Syndicate
The Neosho Fish Hatchery welcomes more than four hundred visitors to its annual open house. Today was an educational opportunity for volunteers who want to give back to the community. Exhibits demonstrated habitat conservation, while sharing a wealth of knowledge for concerned citizens who want to learn more about the hatchery, the outdoors and natural resources. There was also free lunch, live music and free trees from The Missouri Department of Conservation. Roderick May/Hatchery Manager at The Neosho Fish Hatchery: "Meeting and greeting the people. You know letting them have what we have here at the hatchery. I meet people all the time that say you know I've been here so long that I've never been to the hatchery. I didn't know this was going on. So this is a great time to get them reacquainted with the fish and wildlife service. And reacquainted with Neosho National Fish Hatchery." Hillarie Buholt/Neosho Fish Hatchery Enthusiast: "It's just really nice to be able to get out and just enjoy nature you know. We kind of take a break we try to put our technology away and we get to just really enjoy." The most popular display today was the one that is always available at the hatchery---and that's feeding the fish.

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The Neosho Fish Hatchery welcomes more than four hundred visitors to its annual open house. Today was an educational opportunity for volunteers who want to give back to the community. Exhibits demonstrated habitat conservation, while sharing a wealth of knowledge for concerned citizens who want to learn more about the hatchery, the outdoors and natural resources. There was also free lunch, live music and free trees from The Missouri Department of Conservation. Roderick May/Hatchery Manager at The Neosho Fish Hatchery: "Meeting and greeting the people. You know letting them have what we have here at the hatchery. I meet people all the time that say you know I've been here so long that I've never been to the hatchery. I didn't know this was going on. So this is a great time to get them reacquainted with the fish and wildlife service. And reacquainted with Neosho National Fish Hatchery." Hillarie Buholt/Neosho Fish Hatchery Enthusiast: "It's just really nice to be able to get out and just enjoy nature you know. We kind of take a break we try to put our technology away and we get to just really enjoy." The most popular display today was the one that is always available at the hatchery---and that's feeding the fish.
http://chic.clipsyndicate.com/video/playlist/12463/6865895?cpt=8&wpid=2637 Mon, 10 Apr 2017 03:05:11 +0000 Neosho Fish Hatchery The Neosho Fish Hatchery welcomes more than four hundred visitors to its annual open house. Today was an educational opportunity for volunteers who want to give back to the community. Exhibits demonstrated habitat conservation, while sharing a wealth of knowledge for concerned citizens who want to learn more about the hatchery, the outdoors and natural resources. There was also free lunch, live music and free trees from The Missouri Department of Conservation. Roderick May/Hatchery Manager at The Neosho Fish Hatchery: "Meeting and greeting the people. You know letting them have what we have here at the hatchery. I meet people all the time that say you know I've been here so long that I've never been to the hatchery. I didn't know this was going on. So this is a great time to get them reacquainted with the fish and wildlife service. And reacquainted with Neosho National Fish Hatchery." Hillarie Buholt/Neosho Fish Hatchery Enthusiast: "It's just really nice to be able to get out and just enjoy nature you know. We kind of take a break we try to put our technology away and we get to just really enjoy." The most popular display today was the one that is always available at the hatchery---and that's feeding the fish. http://chic.clipsyndicate.com/video/playlist/12463/6865895?cpt=8&wpid=2637 KSNF harps. the neosho fish hathcery welcomes more than four hundred visitors to its annual open house. today was an educational opportunity for volunteers who want to give back to the community. exhibits demonstrated habitat conservation, while sharing a wealth of knowledge for concerned citizens who want to learn more about the hatchery, the outdoors and natural resources. there was also free lunch, live music and free trees from the missouri department of conservation. roderick may/hatchery manager at the neosho fish hatchery: "meeting and greeting the people. you know letting them have what we have here at the hatchery. ah i meet people all the time that say you know i've been here so long that i've never been to the hatchery. i didn't know this was going on. so this is a great time to get them reacquainted with the fish and wildlife service. and reacquainted with neosho national fish hatchery." hillarie buholt/neosho fish hatchery enthusiast: "it's just really nice to be able to get out and just enjoy nature ya know. we kind of take a break we try to put our technology away and we get to just really enjoy." the most popular display today was the one that is always available at the hatchery---and that's feeding the fish.




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