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Matt Burley

Coordinator, Community Hatchery Program
Matt joined the OFAH in March 2008. Prior to his role with the Community Hatchery Program he was the Atlantic Salmon Habitat Technologist for the Lake Ontario Atlantic Salmon Restoration Program. He holds an Honours Degree in Biology from Trent University, Fish and Wildlife Technician and Technologist Diplomas from Fleming College. In his spare time, Matt enjoys harvesting Wild Turkey and fishing for salmon, trout and bass in Ontario.
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Community hatcheries have weathered the many challenges of operating during a pandemic, continuing to raise and stock fish into Ontario waters.
Did you know community hatcheries run by angling clubs raise almost two million fish each year to advanced life stages? And
The OFAH and the Community Hatchery Program (CHP) were selected by the Canadian Wildlife Federation (CWF) as this year’s recipient for
Honda Canada is helping to put more fish in public waters with generator donations to the OFAH in support of community
Matt Burley - OFAH Insider