Hatchery Detail


Hatchery

Name : Sandy River Hatchery
Province : Lower Columbia Longitude : -122.253418
Subbasin : Sandy Latitude : 45.40601
Operating Agency : WDFW
Funding Source : PGE, NOAA (Mitchell Act)
Description : Sandy Hatchery, located along Cedar Creek (a Sandy River tributary) near the town of Sandy, Oregon, began operation in 1951 as a state-funded facility. In 1959, the hatchery became part of the Columbia River Fisheries Development Program (Mitchell Act). The facility is currently used for the adult collection of spring Chinook, winter and summer steelhead, and coho salmon.
 
Releases & Returns
Hatchery releases of anadromous fish, within the geographic range of an ESU/DPS, are listed accordingly.
Province Subbasin Species ESU/DPS Released
in 2009
Returns to Collection
Facility in 2009
Data as of
Lower Columbia Sandy Brook Trout 12,950 8 / 30 / 2010
Lower Columbia Sandy Coho Lower Columbia River Coho ESU 826,083 15,056 8 / 30 / 2010
Lower Columbia Sandy Rainbow Trout 14,695 8 / 30 / 2010
Lower Columbia Sandy Spring Chinook Lower Columbia River Chinook ESU 271,683 130 8 / 30 / 2010
Lower Columbia Sandy Summer Steelhead Lower Columbia River Steelhead DPS 81,221 92 8 / 30 / 2010
Lower Columbia Sandy Winter Steelhead Lower Columbia River Steelhead DPS 156,385 746 8 / 30 / 2010
Hatchery Program Reviews
APRE HSRG HGMP USFWS
1.CEDC Sandy River Hatchery Coho
2.Coho Hatchery
3.Spring Chinook
4.Winter Steelhead Integrated
1.Columbia Estuary-Young Bay Net Pens Bonneville-Sandy-Eagle Creek Coho (CEDC SAFE) Population and Related Hatchery Programs
2.Sandy River Coho Population and Related Hatchery Programs
3.Sandy River Winter Steelhead Population and Related Hatchery Programs
1.Sandy River Summer Steelhead Program
2.SAFE Coho
3.Sandy River Winter Steelhead Program
4.Sandy Hatchery Spring Chinook