Board

 

Pacific County MRC members
Member Representation Alternate
Jeff Nesbitt Local Government Tim Crose
Doug Kess Local Citizens Open
Michael Spencer Recreational Groups Buck Smith
Jim Sayce Economic Groups Ryan Doktor
Tom Kollasch Conservation/Environmental Groups Jeff McEntarffer
Kim Patten Scientific Community Key McMurry
Open Tribal Governments Open
Tim Morris Aquaculture Brian Sheldon
Dale Beasley Commercial Fishing Dwight Eagar
Mike Cassinelli Cities  Open
Open State/Federal Government Allen Lebovitz
Kim Patten Education Kathleen Sayce
Warren Cowell Agriculture Annie Brown
Open Ports Mary DeLong

PC MRC Coordinator: Courtney Hagain

PC MRC Members as of: December 27th, 2016

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 Image by Bryan Penttila of Naselle, Wa.

Here are some quotes from our board members:

  • I am committed to the PCMRC because it offers me an unparalleled  opportunity to do public service while working to protect  both the economic  base and the ecological systems of southwest Washington.” – Doug Kess
  • Fishing has been good to me providing a quality of life not found in most areas and the Pacific County MRC provides a way to give back to our community, to help protect the marine environment, and give the local marine dependent residents a strong voice moving into the future to maintain that quality of life and access to our abundant natural resources we all enjoy for the next generation.”- Dale Beasley
  • Willapa NWR shares many of the concerns of the PCMRC regarding marine and estuarine issues and I’d like to part of the committee and partnership that finds creative solutions to benefit our wildlife, habitats and natural resources.”- Jackie Ferrier
  • I’m serving on the MRC because I believe Pacific County’s marine natural resources are critical to our history, culture, and economics and I want to help preserve them for future generations.” – Brian Sheldon
  • “Belonging to the MRC provides a great outreach opportunity for WSU, a good connection to science and resource issue in the region, and a way to help resolve complex resource  issues. “- Kim Patten

Signed Resolution Establishing a Marine Resource Committee

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