Hutton Junior Fisheries Biology Program

A Paid Summer Mentoring Program to Educate & Inspire High School Students about Fisheries Sciences and Management

The Hutton Program will send out Status Notifications to Mentor Applicants by Friday, May 13th

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BLM employs local Hutton fisheries scholarship recipient

MILES CITY, Mont. – The BLM Miles City fisheries program in eastern Montana got some help this summer with the placement of a Hutton Program scholar, a volunteer field position funded by the American Fisheries Society. Kadie Heinle, 2015 graduate of Custer County District High School and who has an interest in marine biology, was one of about 25 students selected from around the nation.

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We are no longer receiving applications for the 2016  Hutton Program. 

Due to a high volume of applicants, Student and Mentor application status will be confirmed via email/phone byMay 6th 2016. For any questions, please email us at Hutton@fisheries.org 

All Applications are Closed. 

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2015 Hutton Scholar, Harini Pasupuleti, out in the field. Mentored by Daryl Ellison at Minnesota Department of Natural Resources.

Harini Pasupuleti, Eagan, MN. Mentors: Daryl Ellison  Organization: Minnesota Department of Natural Resources

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