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Washington Sea Grant provides a range of critical support to the State of Washington that includes marine research, outreach, communication and education services. The program actively addresses relevant economic and environmental challenges facing our ocean and coasts. With 27 communicators, educators and field agents located in eight coastal counties, the program’s expertise ranges from oceanography and fisheries to economics and urban planning. An overview of Washington Sea Grant is outlined in our factsheet and key program highlights are illustrated in this infographic.
Washington Sea Grant has a position open for a full-time Fisheries Specialist to develop and coordinate strategies that advance the safety, economic success and environmental sustainability of Washington’s fisheries and seafood sectors. The Fisheries Specialist promotes collaborations among a diverse group of constituents and partners to deliver applied research, technical assistance, informational materials and training that support best practices for safe and sustainable fisheries and seafood. The position will have state-wide responsibilities, but with an emphasis on the needs of fisheries-dependent communities on Washington’s southwest coast and the Lower Columbia River.