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Post Info TOPIC: Oregon Dept. Of Fish and Wildlife

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Oregon Dept. Of Fish and Wildlife

Good morning,

Has anyone here volunteered at one of the many hatcheries for the Dept. Of Fish and Wildlife in Oregon?  Just looking for a little feedback before pursuing the option for some winter months in the Rainy mts. & coast of Oregon.


Thanks, Kim


Jack & Kim Perseghetti

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Sorry no one has answered your post yet. ODFW is great organisation to volunteer for.

We are volunteering for them right now. We are at the SW District Maintenance Shop. 20 hours for a full hookup site. One can volunteer or both of uou can. Little public contact, nice quiet RVSite. The Fish hatcheries will use you to do a lot if different jobs, but most need you for yard work, and some light office. E. E. Wilson wildlife Management area has 2 sites for volunteers and always seems to need people.

Janell in Clackamas office or Donna in Corvallis Office would be happy to speak with you.

J and J Hoyle
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