Jordan River Fish Hatchery
Jordan River National Fish Hatchery has produced lake trout for stocking into the Great Lakes since 1965. Lake trout restoration is coordinated by the Great Lakes Fishery Commission (est. 1955) with key support from the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and other federal, provincial, state, and tribal natural resource agencies.
Jordan River NFH produces over 3.0 million lake and brook trout for restoration and recreational programs in the Great Lakes region annually. In addition to providing healthy high quality fish for fishery goals and targets, the staff assists a wide array of state, federal, tribal, and public partners with natural resource related projects and enhancements across the Midwest region.