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Excerpt from Louisiana Conservation Review, Vol. 2: April, 1932
The average person, unfamiliar with the scope of the work, may have known that he secured his hunting, trapping, and fishing license through the Division of Fish and Game; or, if he were a scientist, he may have known he is obliged to ap ply to the Division for a scientific collector's per mit. But the work Of conservation extends over a much larger field.
Few people appreciate the extent to which the Division Of Fish and Game goes to keep the streams and lakes of the State stocked with fish. The 'division operates 11 fish hatcheries, from which it yearly distributes an average Of young fish.
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