Saco Salmon Restoration Alliance & Hatchery
Dedicated to Anadromous Fish Restoration
Hatchery tours will be scheduled by appointment
Call 207-282-6985 (leave message)
Directions (to the hatchery) from Downtown Biddeford
Travel south on Route 9 (Pool Road) from the intersection of Route 111 (Alfred Road). Look for the blue Public Boat Access sign
2.5 miles from town on the left side of the road. The hatchery is in the upper parking lot on the right side. By GPS,
use the address of 21 Marblehead Lane, Biddeford, ME. Marblehead Lane is on the left just before the public boat access parking lot entrance.
We are a 100% all-volunteer organization. We are funded by the public to meet our annual operational costs.
All contributions to our effort are used solely to meet our operational costs and equipment replacements.
We receive donations from Brookfield White Pine Hydro for the salmon broodstock program, grants from the Bass Pro Shops Cabela's Outdoor fund, membership dues, and hatchery fund donations. With your help we can assist the endangered salmon to more firmly establish themselves in the Saco River watershed.
SSRAH maintains a strong focus on public and educational outreach. We strongly believe that the future of regional Atlantic salmon population recovery and restoration efforts begin with raising awareness to the plight of the salmon, and in particular, engaging future generations in those efforts. Our Fish Friends program involves 11 area schools which are provided with wild Atlantic salmon eggs from our hatchery. We partner with the University of New England (UNE) who assist us by providing Interns and Citizenship volunteers who get hands-on experience rising wild Atlantic salmon in our hatchery and at the UNE Marine Science Center.
Saco Salmon Restoration Alliance & Hatchery is a non-profit 501(c) (3) corporation.
EIN: 223011032 Your donations are tax deductible as allowed by law.