The Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife and Oregon State University announced today they are seeking one new member for the Oregon Hatchery Research Center Advisory Committee.
The position, representing commercial fisheries, opens in June 2011 and the successful candidate will serve a two-year term. If reappointed, subsequent term(s) will be three years. Candidates must submit a letter of interest by April 30.
The letter should specify why the applicant is interested and provide three references. ODFW and OSU representatives will finalize their selections prior to June 1, 2011.
The 15-member committee advises the OHRC Senior Scientist on activities and functions related to the operation and maintenance of the OHRC.
Committee members represent the federal government, local governments, conservation groups, sport fishing groups, the commercial fishing industry, tribes, resource producers (agriculture, timber and gravel), watershed councils and education.
Two members represent the public-at-large and four represent the scientific community.
The committee meets quarterly, with meetings scheduled for 2011 being June 8, Sept. 19 and Dec. 12.
For the complete article see the 04-13-2011 issue.
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