On August 20th 2011, Quilcene National Fish Hatchery celebrates its 100th year anniversary. In the beginning days at the hatchery life was quite different from today. There was no electricity, and most all of the work done on site was done by hand and a great amount of manual labor. The hatchery itself has also undergone many physical changes, from reconstruction of old buildings to construction of new ones. Over the years, change in focus on fish preservation and care has shadowed the changing needs of different fish species. Today, one hundred years in time, Quilcene National Fish Hatchery remains an integral player in the preservation, care, and restoration of threatened fish. We strive to make our electronic and information technology accessible to all. Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you need the text of this video.