NOAA has determined that fishery disasters occurred in four fisheries in 2018, 2019 and 2020 for the states of Alaska and New York, and for the tribes of Port Gamble S’Klallam and the Confederated Tribes of the Chehalis in Washington. Specifically, the disasters are: ● 2019 Norton Sound Red King Crab in Alaska● 2019/2020 PeconicContinue reading “NOAA Deems 4 Fishery Disasters”
Washington Maritime Blue is looking for a Quiet Sound program director. Closing date: Priority applications due June 25, 2021–open until filled. Salary Range: $90,000-$135,000 + comprehensive benefits. Reports to: president/CEO and Quite Sound Advisory Board. Location: Seattle, WA preferred. Direct applicants only–no third-party agencies. Contact: email@example.com for full job description and questions.
Washington Maritime Blue, a nonprofit aiming to implement Washington State’s Strategy for the Blue Economy, is looking for a director of operations. This member of the senior management team is responsible for operational strategies for mission-oriented goals and objectives, including systems to operationalize finance, accounting, tax, insurance, contracts, legal, human resources, information technology, and theContinue reading “Job: Director of Ops, Washington Maritime Blue”
Washington Maritime Blue has named Karina Martija-Harris as the community and events coordinator. She will work with the diversity of Maritime Blue’s members, partners, and stakeholders to share successes, challenges, and opportunities for Washington’s growing blue economy. A Washington native, Martija-Harris joined the United States Naval Sea Cadet Corps at 12, progressing to the level of chief,Continue reading “Washington Maritime Blue New Hire”