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|Thursday January 16, 2020 13:33 PST
WDFW NEWS RELEASE
WDFW seeks advisory committee members for the Snoqualmie Wildlife Area Advisory Committee
Contact: Sam Montgomery, 360-688-0721
OLYMPIA – The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) seeks advisory committee members to serve on the Snoqualmie Wildlife Area Advisory Committee. The role of an advisory committee member is to provide public perspectives in wildlife area planning and management activities.
Member responsibilities include:
Actively participate in 2-4 meetings per year (about two hours each)
Serve as spokespeople for stakeholders and communicate WDFW's plans to interest groups
Identify issues of concern
To join the Snoqualmie Wildlife Area Advisory Committee, contact the Snoqualmie Wildlife Area Manager to request an Advisory Committee Registration Form at 425-327-4869 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The wildlife area is 2,800 acres in King and Snohomish counties bordering the Snoqualmie and Snohomish river and estuary. The wildlife area contains wetlands, agricultural habitat, and natural areas managed for the protection of sensitive species.
"We are seeking advisors to represent diverse interests including wildlife area neighbors, the agricultural community, and various recreational user groups," Fenner Yarborough, WDFW wildlife regional program manager.
WDFW actively manages public lands and waters for people to explore and engage, to support lifestyles and livelihoods to foster shared experiences and to preserve Washington's proud natural and cultural heritage. The agency relies on input from the public to inform management direction.
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