UNITED ANGLERS OF CASA GRANDE WELCOMES YOU
"Keep the Dream Alive!"
Welcome to Our Hatchery
The United Anglers of Casa Grande, Inc. is an established 501©3 non-profit educational organization whose purpose is to promote environmental awareness and activism through hands-on habitat restoration that supports the survival and recovery of federally threatened salmon fishes. United Anglers students operate and maintain a state-of-the-art conservation fish hatchery on the Casa Grande High School campus in Petaluma, CA, learning a range of relevant skills through practical application and intensive environmental curriculum.
Dedicated to public education and community service, the United Anglers hatchery is open for tours/presentations and encourages all interested individuals and groups to visit. Students welcome the opportunity to share their experience, knowledge, and passion for the environment and its preservation with you. The hatchery is in full operation for approximately 9 months each year, but tours are happily scheduled throughout the year.
The award-winning, internationally recognized United Anglers program is funded solely through donations and grants from the community, businesses, and corporate sponsors. The goodwill and support of many people enables the United Anglers to continue its mission of providing a unique educational opportunity for youth in service to the community and the environment. The United Anglers of Casa Grande is most grateful to all our supporters. You Keep the Dream Alive!
If you wish to make a contribution, please click on the link at the bottom of the page. Thank you!
IN THE NEWS
ENDANGERED COHO SALMON
August 18, 2021
SF CHRONICLE ARTICLE
September 26, 2021
Check out this great article on all the amazing work UACG is doing to save Coho Salmon