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Home A new multi-agency agreement to provide continued funding for three federal hatcheries that have stocked waters with millions of trout in Georgia and Tennessee was announced Oct. 15 at a press conference beside South Holston Reservoir near Bristol, Tenn. Pictured (from left) are Ted Will (Director of Wildlife Resources Division, Georgia Department of Natural Resources), Leopoldo Miranda-Castro (Regional Director, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service), Bobby Wilson (Executive Director, Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency) and Allen Clare (Vice President of River and Resources Stewardship, Tennessee Valley Authority). A new multi-agency agreement to provide continued funding for three federal hatcheries that have stocked waters with millions of trout in Georgia and Tennessee was announced Oct. 15 at a press conference beside South Holston Reservoir near Bristol, Tenn. Pictured (from left) are Ted Will (Director of Wildlife Resources Division, Georgia Department of Natural Resources), Leopoldo Miranda-Castro (Regional Director, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service), Bobby Wilson (Executive Director, Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency) and Allen Clare (Vice President of River and Resources Stewardship, Tennessee Valley Authority).

A new multi-agency agreement to provide continued funding for three federal hatcheries that have stocked waters with millions of trout in Georgia and Tennessee was announced Oct. 15 at a press conference beside South Holston Reservoir near Bristol, Tenn. Pictured (from left) are Ted Will (Director of Wildlife Resources Division, Georgia Department of Natural Resources), Leopoldo Miranda-Castro (Regional Director, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service), Bobby Wilson (Executive Director, Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency) and Allen Clare (Vice President of River and Resources Stewardship, Tennessee Valley Authority).

A new multi-agency agreement to provide continued funding for three federal hatcheries that have stocked waters with millions of trout in Georgia and Tennessee was announced Oct. 15 at a press conference beside South Holston Reservoir near Bristol, Tenn. Pictured (from left) are Ted Will (Director of Wildlife Resources Division, Georgia Department of Natural Resources), Leopoldo Miranda-Castro (Regional Director, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service), Bobby Wilson (Executive Director, Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency) and Allen Clare (Vice President of River and Resources Stewardship, Tennessee Valley Authority).

A new multi-agency agreement to provide continued funding for three federal hatcheries that have stocked waters with millions of trout in Georgia and Tennessee was announced Oct. 15 at a press conference beside South Holston Reservoir near Bristol, Tenn. Pictured (from left) are Ted Will (Director of Wildlife Resources Division, Georgia Department of Natural Resources), Leopoldo Miranda-Castro (Regional Director, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service), Bobby Wilson (Executive Director, Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency) and Allen Clare (Vice President of River and Resources Stewardship, Tennessee Valley Authority).

TWRA Executive Director Bobby Wilson and Tennessee Fish and Wildlife Commissioner Jimmy Granbery stock trout following the announcement to continue funding for three federal fish hatcheries to provide trout for Tennessee and Georgia waters. The announcement came during a press conference beside South Holston Reservoir near Bristol, Tenn.