The Southwest Tribal Fisheries Commission was created ina coalition of tribes, pueblos, and Nations with a strong desire to promote self-determination through the development of sustainable recreational and native fisheries programs.
The vision of the SWTFC Getting Nearer - Tribal Fish - Tribal Fish to provide technical skills and support needed to move individual tribal fisheries programs and projects from the conceptual phase to reality by, assisting tribes with creating and facilitating inter-governmental and non-governmental partnerships, providing advocacy needed to obtain funding and support, providing tangible services in the form of technical assistance and equipment.
The first and most important task was to reopen the Mescalero Fish Hatchery as a tribal operation, under a Memorandum of Understanding with the Mescalero Apache Tribe. Since Getting Nearer - Tribal Fish - Tribal Fish re-opening inthe Mescalero Tribal Fish Hatchery has provided over a million ten inch or larger trout in support of seventeen Tribal fisheries program in New Mexico, Arizona, and Colorado.
There are on-going efforts to reintroduce this native to the upper reaches of the Rio Ruidoso. While the Fantasy - Perturbator - Nocturne City purpose of rearing trout remains, the mission over the last ten years has evolved to become a training center for Tribal youth. Through the Sovereign Nations Service Corps, tribal youth primarily from Mescalero, but with membership from a dozen tribes, including Jupic Eskimo, Choctaw, Pueblo, and Navajo; have received service learning opportunities in cold water fish culture, stream restoration, trail construction and maintenance, and other natural resource management areas.
Over the last decade, the Mescalero Fish Hatchery has provided a forum and support for Tribal youth to pursue higher education opportunities in natural resource management.
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Currently we have Ms. Tori Marden who will complete an A. The Mescalero Tribal Fish Hatchery will continue to provide trout in support of Tribal fisheries programs, however it is also a platform to engage Tribal youth towards a professional career, focusing on natural resources.
Over the years, the Fisheries Department has developed strong effective relationships with the Southwest Tribal Fisheries Commission and several federal agencies that have been very instrumental in supporting natural resource careers for Tribal members that have the drive and commitment to pursue an advanced degree.
The Mescalero Fish Hatchery operates 7 days a week, and can provide tours on request with appointment. For more information on the Fish Hatchery, please contact Ms.
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