Olympic Coast National Marine Sanctuary News and Events
Olympic Coast National Marine Sanctuary News and Events

Calendar of Events for 2021

January February March April
May June July August
September October November December


JANUARY

January 12 - Grays Harbor County Marine Resources Committee Meeting
(3:30 pm)
Location: Virtually on Zoom
Details: The Grays Harbor County Marine Resources Committee’s mission is to address local marine issues, recommend remedial actions to local, state, and federal authorities, build local awareness of the issues and support for remedies consistent with the Benchmarks of Performance as adopted by the Coastal MRC Work Group. More information

January 19 - North Pacific Coast Marine Resources Committee Meeting
(4:00 pm to 6:30 pm)
Location: Virtually on Zoom
Details: North Pacific Coast Marine Resource Committee is an advisory committee for marine issues on Washington State's outer coast communities of Clallam and Jefferson Counties that stretches from Cape Flattery in the north, to the mouth of the Queets River in the south. The stakeholder committee includes representatives from Jefferson and Clallam Counties, the City of Forks, the Hoh, Quileute and Makah Tribes, and six citizen stakeholders representing local fishing, education, conservation, marine science and business interests. More information

January 19 - Washington Coastal Marine Advisory Council Meeting
(9:30am-3:30pm)
Location: Virtually on Web-Ex
Details: In May 2013, Governor Inslee signed a bill into law that established the Washington Coastal Marine Advisory Council in the Office of the Governor. Ecology is assigned the primary staff support for the council. This new council will replace the former Washington Coastal Marine Advisory Council established by Ecology in 2011. More information

January 22 - Olympic Coast National Marine Sanctuary Advisory Council Meeting
(10 am - 1 pm)
Location: Virtually on GoToWebinar
Details: Sanctuary advisory councils bring members of a diverse community together to provide advice to the sanctuary superintendent on the management and protection of the sanctuary. Olympic Coast National Marine Sanctuary Advisory Council meets regularly and is comprised of representatives of Indian tribes, state and local governments, other federal agencies, industry, conservation organizations and citizens. For more information contact Council Coordinator Chris Butler-Minor.

January 26 - Speaker Series (Ed Bowlby)
(10 am - 1 pm)
Location: Virtually on GoToWebinar
Details: Join Ed Bowlby, Marine Biologist, on some of his marine mammal research and adventures in the Arctic, Antarctic, West Coast, and tropics.




FEBRUARY

February 9 - Grays Harbor County Marine Resources Committee Meeting
(3:30 pm)
Location: Virtually on Zoom
Details: The Grays Harbor County Marine Resources Committee’s mission is to address local marine issues, recommend remedial actions to local, state, and federal authorities, build local awareness of the issues and support for remedies consistent with the Benchmarks of Performance as adopted by the Coastal MRC Work Group. More information

February 16 - North Pacific Coast Marine Resource Committee meeting
(9:30am-3:30pm)
Location: Virtually on Zoom
Details: North Pacific Coast Marine Resource Committee is an advisory committee for marine issues on Washington State's outer coast communities of Clallam and Jefferson Counties that stretches from Cape Flattery in the north, to the mouth of the Queets River in the south. The stakeholder committee includes representatives from Jefferson and Clallam Counties, the City of Forks, the Hoh, Quileute and Makah Tribes, and six citizen stakeholders representing local fishing, education, conservation, marine science and business interests. More information

February 16 - Washington Coastal Marine Advisory Council Meeting
(9:30am-3:30pm)
Location:Virtually on Web-Ex
Details: In May 2013, Governor Inslee signed a bill into law that established the Washington Coastal Marine Advisory Council in the Office of the Governor. Ecology is assigned the primary staff support for the council. This new council will replace the former Washington Coastal Marine Advisory Council established by Ecology in 2011. More information

February 17 - Speaker Series (Yvonne Barkley)
(4:00 pm to 5:00 pm)
Location:Virtually on GoToWebinar
Details: Dr. Yvonne Barkley, postdoctoral researcher with the Joint Institute for Marine and Atmospheric Research, shares research findings related to tracking whales using passive acoustic monitoring. This talk will discuss a new approach for localizing passive acoustic data of sperm whales collected using towed hydrophone arrays and demonstrate how this information can be incorporated into species distribution models to improve our understanding of sperm whale habitat preferences in Hawaiian waters.




MARCH

March 9 - Grays Harbor County Marine Resources Committee Meeting
(3:30 pm)
Location: Virtually on Zoom
Details: The Grays Harbor County Marine Resources Committee’s mission is to address local marine issues, recommend remedial actions to local, state, and federal authorities, build local awareness of the issues and support for remedies consistent with the Benchmarks of Performance as adopted by the Coastal MRC Work Group. More information

March 16 - North Pacific Coast Marine Resources Committee meeting
(4:00 pm to 6:30 pm)
Location: Virtually on Zoom
Details: North Pacific Coast Marine Resource Committee is an advisory committee for marine issues on Washington State's outer coast communities of Clallam and Jefferson Counties that stretches from Cape Flattery in the north, to the mouth of the Queets River in the south. The stakeholder committee includes representatives from Jefferson and Clallam Counties, the City of Forks, the Hoh, Quileute and Makah Tribes, and six citizen stakeholders representing local fishing, education, conservation, marine science and business interests. More information

March 17 - Speaker Series (Jennifer Hagen)
(4:00 pm to 5:00 pm)
Location: Virtually on GoToWebinar
Details: Jennifer Hagen, Staff Marine Policy Advisor and Marine Biologist with the Quileute Indian Tribe, will present a brief overview of the Quileute Natural Resource Program and highlight Marine Resource Protection and Research activities the tribe has undertaken over the last decade. Topics will include: Phytoplankton monitoring, biotoxin detection in water and shellfish, harmful algal bloom (HAB) events and implications for management of shellfish and crab, monitoring ocean conditions for hypoxia, and opportunities presented by remote sensing technology.

March 26 - Olympic Coast National Marine Sanctuary Advisory Council Meeting
(10 am - 1 pm)
Location: Virtually on GoToWebinar
Details: Sanctuary advisory councils bring members of a diverse community together to provide advice to the sanctuary superintendent on the management and protection of the sanctuary. Olympic Coast National Marine Sanctuary Advisory Council meets regularly and is comprised of representatives of Indian tribes, state and local governments, other federal agencies, industry, conservation organizations and citizens. For more information contact Council Coordinator Chris Butler-Minor.




April

April 6 - Grays Harbor County Marine Resources Committee Meeting
(3:30 pm)
Location: Virtually on Zoom
Details: The Grays Harbor County Marine Resources Committee’s mission is to address local marine issues, recommend remedial actions to local, state, and federal authorities, build local awareness of the issues and support for remedies consistent with the Benchmarks of Performance as adopted by the Coastal MRC Work Group. More information

April 17 - Washington Coast Cleanup
(4:00 pm to 6:30 pm)
Location: Washington Coast
Details: You are invited to join us Saturday, April 17, 2021 for the annual Washington Coast Cleanup Day. Volunteers are encouraged to register online with www.coastsavers.org. We will collect and remove debris from Washington's Olympic Peninsula Pacific Ocean beaches. This cleanup is organized by a partnership of community groups, businesses, Tribal and government agencies that formed the Washington Clean Coast Alliance in 2008. More information on the Alliance and volunteering for this and other beach cleanup events is available at www.coastsavers.org. Marine debris will be hauled off the beaches and brought to roadside collection sites for proper disposal. This community/volunteer effort will help preserve the beauty of our ocean beaches, reduce impacts of marine debris to wildlife, and make our shores safer for recreation. For more information or to register, email coordinator@coastsavers.org.

April 20 - North Pacific Coast Marine Resource Committee Meeting
(4:00 pm to 6:30 pm)
Location: Virtually on Zoom
Details: North Pacific Coast Marine Resource Committee is an advisory committee for marine issues on Washington State's outer coast communities of Clallam and Jefferson Counties that stretches from Cape Flattery in the north, to the mouth of the Queets River in the south. The stakeholder committee includes representatives from Jefferson and Clallam Counties, the City of Forks, the Hoh, Quileute and Makah Tribes, and six citizen stakeholders representing local fishing, education, conservation, marine science and business interests. More information

April 22 - National Junior Ranger Day
(10:00am-2:00pm)
Location: Olympic National Park Visitors Center
Details: An all-day family event at Olympic National Park Visitor Center featuring guided walks, games, activities and more.

April 23 - 25 - Annual Grays Harbor Shorebird and Nature Festival
Location: Hoquiam, WA
Details: Each spring, hundreds of thousands of shorebirds stop to rest and feed in Grays Harbor estuary on their migration northward. Coming from as far south as Argentina, these Arctic-bound shorebirds are among the world's greatest migrants. Some birds travel over 15,000 miles round trip! Tens of thousands of shorebirds feed on the open mudflats in the estuary. This concentration of birds offers people a great chance to view a number of shorebird species, and with luck, to see the birds fly together in beautiful formations while trying to escape the fastest creature on earth, the Peregrine Falcon. For 2021 all events were do-it-yourself. Watch the virtual tour video in the quick links for inspiration! Maps can be found here. More information




MAY

May 11 - Grays Harbor County Marine Resources Committee Meeting
(3:30 pm-5:30 pm)
Location: Virtually on Zoom
Details: The Grays Harbor County Marine Resources Committee’s mission is to address local marine issues, recommend remedial actions to local, state, and federal authorities, build local awareness of the issues and support for remedies consistent with the Benchmarks of Performance as adopted by the Coastal MRC Work Group. More information

May 11 - Washington Coastal Marine Advisory Council Meeting
(9:30am-3:30pm)
Location Virtually on Web-Ex
Details: In May 2013, Governor Inslee signed a bill into law that established the Washington Coastal Marine Advisory Council in the Office of the Governor. Ecology is assigned the primary staff support for the council. This new council will replace the former Washington Coastal Marine Advisory Council established by Ecology in 2011. More information

May 16 - 4th annual MATE Olympic Coast ROV Competition
(10:00 am – 3:00 pm)
Location: Forks, WA
Details: For more information visit MATE Olympic Coast Regional ROV Competition
or call (360) 406-2082

May 18 - North Pacific Coast Marine Resource Committee Meeting
(4:00 pm to 6:30 pm)
Location: Virtually on Zoom
Details: North Pacific Coast Marine Resource Committee is an advisory committee for marine issues on Washington State's outer coast communities of Clallam and Jefferson Counties that stretches from Cape Flattery in the north, to the mouth of the Queets River in the south. The stakeholder committee includes representatives from Jefferson and Clallam Counties, the City of Forks, the Hoh, Quileute and Makah Tribes, and six citizen stakeholders representing local fishing, education, conservation, marine science and business interests. More information

May 21st - Olympic Coast National Marine Sanctuary Advisory Council Meeting
(10 am - 1 pm)
Location: Virtually on GoToMeeting
Details: Sanctuary advisory councils bring members of a diverse community together to provide advice to the sanctuary superintendent on the management and protection of the sanctuary. Olympic Coast National Marine Sanctuary Advisory Council meets regularly and is comprised of representatives of Indian tribes, state and local governments, other federal agencies, industry, conservation organizations and citizens. For more information contact Council Coordinator Chris Butler-Minor.




JUNE

June 8World Oceans Day

June 8 - Grays Harbor County Marine Resources Committee Meeting
(3:30 pm-5:30pm)
Location: Virtually on Zoom
Details: The Grays Harbor County Marine Resources Committee’s mission is to address local marine issues, recommend remedial actions to local, state, and federal authorities, build local awareness of the issues and support for remedies consistent with the Benchmarks of Performance as adopted by the Coastal MRC Work Group. More information

June 12 - National Get Outdoors Day
Fee free holiday for U.S. Forest Service, Bureau of Land Management and Washington State Parks areas. National park sites and national wildlife refuges will not be free admission.

June 15 - North Pacific Coast MRC program website
(4:00 pm to 6:30 pm)
Location: Virtually on Zoom
Details: North Pacific Coast Marine Resource Committee is an advisory committee for marine issues on Washington State's outer coast communities of Clallam and Jefferson Counties that stretches from Cape Flattery in the north, to the mouth of the Queets River in the south. The stakeholder committee includes representatives from Jefferson and Clallam Counties, the City of Forks, the Hoh, Quileute and Makah Tribes, and six citizen stakeholders representing local fishing, education, conservation, marine science and business interests. More information

June 16 - Washington Coastal Marine Advisory Council Meeting
(9:30am-3:30pm)
Location: Virtually on Web-Ex
Details: In May 2013, Governor Inslee signed a bill into law that established the Washington Coastal Marine Advisory Council in the Office of the Governor. Ecology is assigned the primary staff support for the council. This new council will replace the former Washington Coastal Marine Advisory Council established by Ecology in 2011. More information

June 28 – July 2 - Jr. Oceanographers Youth Camp (Ages 5-6)
(9:00 am - 12:00 pm)
Location: Port Angeles
Details: Feiro Marine Life Center and Olympic Coast National Marine Sanctuary pair up to provide this opportunity for youngsters to work with scientists and learn about life in the ocean. For more information go to the Feiro web page or call Feiro Marine Life Center at (360) 417-6254. Scholarships are available for families in need.




JULY

July TBD - Chief Taholah Days
Location: Taholah, WA
Details: Chief Taholah Days is the annual commemoration of the 1855 quinault Indian Nation Treaty. It takes place the first week of July. Enjoy a parade, baseball, canoe races, salmon bake, fireworks and more. Read about more things to see and do in Quinault Indian Nation.

July 12-July 16 - NOAA Explorers Camp
(9:00 am - 12:00 pm)
Location: Port Angeles
Details: Olympic Coast National Marine Sanctuary will provide this opportunity for youngsters to work with scientists and learn about NOAA Science. For more information go to the Feiro web page or call (link in new window) Feiro Marine Life Center at (360) 417-6254. Scholarships are available for families in need.

July 13 - Grays Harbor County Marine Resources Committee Meeting
(3:30-5:30 pm)
Location: Virtually on Zoom
Details: The Grays Harbor County Marine Resources Committee’s mission is to address local marine issues, recommend remedial actions to local, state, and federal authorities, build local awareness of the issues and support for remedies consistent with the Benchmarks of Performance as adopted by the Coastal MRC Work Group. More information

July 17 - Quileute Days
Location: La Push, WA
Details: Quileute Days is a celebration of the Quileute culture. Visit www.quileutenation.org for more information about the Quileute Tribe and La Push.

July 20 - North Pacific Coast Marine Resource Committee meeting
(4:00 pm to 6:30 pm)
Location: Virtually on Zoom
Details: North Pacific Coast Marine Resource Committee is an advisory committee for marine issues on Washington State's outer coast communities of Clallam and Jefferson Counties that stretches from Cape Flattery in the north, to the mouth of the Queets River in the south. The stakeholder committee includes representatives from Jefferson and Clallam Counties, the City of Forks, the Hoh, Quileute and Makah Tribes, and six citizen stakeholders representing local fishing, education, conservation, marine science and business interests. More information

July 23 - Olympic Coast National Marine Sanctuary Advisory Council Meeting
(10 am - 1 pm)
Location: Virtually on GoToMeeting
Details: Sanctuary advisory councils bring members of a diverse community together to provide advice to the sanctuary superintendent on the management and protection of the sanctuary. Olympic Coast National Marine Sanctuary Advisory Council meets regularly and is comprised of representatives of Indian tribes, state and local governments, other federal agencies, industry, conservation organizations and citizens. For more information contact Council Coordinator Chris Butler-Minor at (360) 406-2092.




AUGUST

August 4 - Get Into Your Sanctuary
(5pm ET, 4pm CT, 2pm PT, 11am HT, 10am ST)
Location: Virtual
Details: Journey to the Beginning of the World Join Janine Ledford of the Makah Tribe as she provides insight to the longstanding relationship the Makah people have with the ocean. Get a sneak peak of a breathtaking virtual tour of Makah territory including Cape Flattery, known as the beginning of the world! Makah people have protected and managed this important area for millennia. Today, the Makah Tribe works in collaboration with the sanctuary and other partners to enhance protection of the area's significant natural and cultural resources.

August 8 - Get Into Your Sanctuary
(7:00 am - 9:30 am)
Location: Kalaloch Beach 4
Details: Details: Guided Tidepool Walks. Join us as we explore the tidepools of the Olympic Coast. As a special guest for one day only, Olympic Coast National Marine Sanctuary will lead Olympic National Park’s regularly scheduled tide pool tour. Visitors will explore the amazing world of the intertidal zone while learning about this productive and diverse marine protected area. No registration or fee required.

August 10 - Grays Harbor County Marine Resources Committee Meeting
(3:30 pm)
Location: Virtually on Zoom
Details: The Grays Harbor County Marine Resources Committee’s mission is to address local marine issues, recommend remedial actions to local, state, and federal authorities, build local awareness of the issues and support for remedies consistent with the Benchmarks of Performance as adopted by the Coastal MRC Work Group. More information

August 17 - North Pacific Coast Marine Resources Committee Meeting
(3:30 pm)
Location: Virtually on Zoom
Details: North Pacific Coast Marine Resource Committee is an advisory committee for marine issues on Washington State's outer coast communities of Clallam and Jefferson Counties that stretches from Cape Flattery in the north, to the mouth of the Queets River in the south. The stakeholder committee includes representatives from Jefferson and Clallam Counties, the City of Forks, the Hoh, Quileute and Makah Tribes, and six citizen stakeholders representing local fishing, education, conservation, marine science and business interests. More information

August 27-29 - Makah Days
Location: Neah Bay, WA
Details: While the State of Washington has reopened, the Makah Reservation and Neah Bay remain closed until at least October 1, 2021.




SEPTEMBER

September 11 - International Coastal Cleanup sponsored by CoastSavers
Location: shorelines of the outer coast and Strait of Juan de Fuca
Details: Details: Volunteers are encouraged to register online with www.coastsavers.org. for this international effort to remove debris from coastlines and reduce habitat, wildlife and aesthetic impacts of marine debris. In 2013, 650,000 volunteers from around the world joined this effort. 2013 was also the first year CoastSavers joined this fall cleanup to coordinate volunteers in Washington State. Come enjoy a day or the weekend on the Olympic Peninsula; pick a favorite beach; spend a few hours volunteering at the cleanup and the remainder of your visit on your favorite recreational activities. For more information visit www.coastsavers.org.

September 14 - Grays Harbor County Marine Resources Committee Meeting
(3:30 pm)
Location: Virtually on Zoom
Details: The Grays Harbor County Marine Resources Committee’s mission is to address local marine issues, recommend remedial actions to local, state, and federal authorities, build local awareness of the issues and support for remedies consistent with the Benchmarks of Performance as adopted by the Coastal MRC Work Group. More information

September 21 - North Pacific Coast Marine Resource Committee Meeting
(4:00 pm to 6:30 pm)
Location: Virtually on Zoom
Details: North Pacific Coast Marine Resource Committee is an advisory committee for marine issues on Washington State's outer coast communities of Clallam and Jefferson Counties that stretches from Cape Flattery in the north, to the mouth of the Queets River in the south. The stakeholder committee includes representatives from Jefferson and Clallam Counties, the City of Forks, the Hoh, Quileute and Makah Tribes, and six citizen stakeholders representing local fishing, education, conservation, marine science and business interests. More information

September 22 - Olympic Coast National Marine Sanctuary Advisory Council Meeting
(10 am-1 pm)
Location: Virtually on GoToMeeting
Details: Sanctuary advisory councils bring members of a diverse community together to provide advice to the sanctuary superintendent on the management and protection of the sanctuary. Olympic Coast National Marine Sanctuary Advisory Council meets regularly and is comprised of representatives of Indian tribes, state and local governments, other federal agencies, industry, conservation organizations and citizens. For more information contact Council Coordinator Chris Butler-Minor at (360) 406-2092.

September 23 - Washington Coastal Marine Advisory Council Meeting
(9:30am-3:30pm)
Location: Virtually on Web-EX
Details: In May 2013, Governor Inslee signed a bill into law that established the Washington Coastal Marine Advisory Council in the Office of the Governor. Ecology is assigned the primary staff support for the council. This new council will replace the former Washington Coastal Marine Advisory Council established by Ecology in 2011. More information

September 27 - Dungeness River Festival
(9 am to 2 pm)
Location: Sequim, WA
Details: The 21st Dungeness River Festival at Railroad Bridge Park will include activities and fun for all ages! The event will feature nature exhibits and activities, plant and river walks, food and more! For more information go to Dungeness River Audubon Center website.




OCTOBER

October 8 - 10 - Dungeness Crab and Seafood Festival
Location: City Pier, Port Angeles, WA
Details: The Dungeness Crab & Seafood Festival is the annual celebration of the region's diverse bounty - the seafood, the maritime and cultural traditions and the breathtaking coastal environment. The festival's featured crustacean, the Dungeness Crab, was named after the village of Dungeness (near Port Angeles), Washington. The festival is located at Port Angeles City Pier and Red Lion Hotel overlooking the Strait of Juan de Fuca, with Victoria, B.C. just a ferry ride away.

October 12 - Grays Harbor County Marine Resources Committee Meeting
(3:30-5:30 pm)
Location: Virtually on Zoom
Details: The Grays Harbor County Marine Resources Committee’s mission is to address local marine issues, recommend remedial actions to local, state, and federal authorities, build local awareness of the issues and support for remedies consistent with the Benchmarks of Performance as adopted by the Coastal MRC Work Group. More information

October 19 - North Pacific Coast Marine Resource Committee Meeting
(4:00 pm to 6:30 pm)
Location: Virtually on Zoom
Details: North Pacific Coast Marine Resource Committee is an advisory committee for marine issues on Washington State's outer coast communities of Clallam and Jefferson Counties that stretches from Cape Flattery in the north, to the mouth of the Queets River in the south. The stakeholder committee includes representatives from Jefferson and Clallam Counties, the City of Forks, the Hoh, Quileute and Makah Tribes, and six citizen stakeholders representing local fishing, education, conservation, marine science and business interests. More information




NOVEMBER

November 9 - Grays Harbor County Marine Resources Committee Meeting
(3:30-5:30 pm)
Location: Virtually on Zoom
Details: The Grays Harbor County Marine Resources Committee’s mission is to address local marine issues, recommend remedial actions to local, state, and federal authorities, build local awareness of the issues and support for remedies consistent with the Benchmarks of Performance as adopted by the Coastal MRC Work Group. More information

November 10-12 - Seattle Aquarium Discover Science Weekend
Location: Seattle Aquarium Seattle, WA
Details: Join NOAA educators and scientists, local meteorologists, and Aquarium staff for an opportunity to discover science together through exciting interactive experiments and presentations. Experiments and displays will be set up throughout the Seattle Aquarium for a fabulous, hands-on marine science experience.

November 16 - North Pacific Coast Marine Resources Committee Meeting
(4:00 pm to 6:30 pm)
Location: Virtually on Zoom
Details: North Pacific Coast Marine Resource Committee is an advisory committee for marine issues on Washington State's outer coast communities of Clallam and Jefferson Counties that stretches from Cape Flattery in the north, to the mouth of the Queets River in the south. The stakeholder committee includes representatives from Jefferson and Clallam Counties, the City of Forks, the Hoh, Quileute and Makah Tribes, and six citizen stakeholders representing local fishing, education, conservation, marine science and business interests. More information

November 19 - Olympic Coast National Marine Sanctuary Advisory Council Meeting
(10 am - 1 pm)
Location: Virtually on GoToMeeting
Details: Sanctuary advisory councils bring members of a diverse community together to provide advice to the sanctuary superintendent on the management and protection of the sanctuary. Olympic Coast National Marine Sanctuary Advisory Council meets regularly and is comprised of representatives of Indian tribes, state and local governments, other federal agencies, industry, conservation organizations and citizens. For more information contact Council Coordinator Chris Butler-Minor at (360) 406-2092.




DECEMBER

December 14 - Grays Harbor County Marine Resources Committee Meeting
(3:30-5:30 pm)
Location: Virtually on Zoom
Details: The Grays Harbor County Marine Resources Committee’s mission is to address local marine issues, recommend remedial actions to local, state, and federal authorities, build local awareness of the issues and support for remedies consistent with the Benchmarks of Performance as adopted by the Coastal MRC Work Group. More information

December 16 - Washington Coastal Marine Advisory Council Meeting
(9:30am-3:30pm)
Location: Virtually on Web-Ex
Details: In May 2013, Governor Inslee signed a bill into law that established the Washington Coastal Marine Advisory Council in the Office of the Governor. Ecology is assigned the primary staff support for the council. This new council will replace the former Washington Coastal Marine Advisory Council established by Ecology in 2011. More information

December 21 - North Pacific Coast Marine Resource Committee meeting
(4:00 pm to 6:30 pm)
Location: Virtually on Zoom
Details: North Pacific Coast Marine Resource Committee is an advisory committee for marine issues on Washington State's outer coast communities of Clallam and Jefferson Counties that stretches from Cape Flattery in the north, to the mouth of the Queets River in the south. The stakeholder committee includes representatives from Jefferson and Clallam Counties, the City of Forks, the Hoh, Quileute and Makah Tribes, and six citizen stakeholders representing local fishing, education, conservation, marine science and business interests. More information




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