Collier joins Wolf Creek National Fish Hatchery as deputy project leader

Wolf Creek National Fish Hatchery has a new Deputy Project Leader in Travis Collier.

Collier has spent the majority of his career with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service in Washington, beginning in 1999 working as an Animal Caretaker at White Salmon National Fish Hatchery Complex. From there, he moved on to the Columbia River Fisheries Program Office as a Fisheries Biologist. He then spent 17 years as Assistant Hatchery Manager at Leavenworth Fisheries Complex.

Collier joins Wolf Creek after most recently working at the Willard National Fish Hatchery in the Columbia River Gorge Complex where he served as Project Leader, raising three million salmon per year.