Island County MRC - Who We Are
Island County Marine Resources Committee (MRC) is an advisory body to county government, established in 1999 under the federal Northwest Straits Initiative. We and our MRC colleagues in six other counties of northern Puget Sound comprise the Northwest Straits Commission. Congress established the commission as a fresh approach to addressing Puget Sound’s problems by fostering bottom-up, local, innovative solutions, rather than top-down mandates.
The members of our MRC are volunteers and represent diverse interests, industries and agendas. They bring a cross-section of disciplines and experience to this work, and are joined in a single, unifying passion to do what is best for our local marine environment.
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January 20, 2014
Presentation: Stewardship for the Smith and Minor Aquatic Reserve
Birdie Davenport, Aquatic Reserves Program Manager, Department of Natural Resources
Rick Baker, Executive Director, Whidbey Watershed Stewards
September - May: 1st & 3rd Tuesdays, 3:30-5:30pm, Room B-102, County Annex Bldg., Coupeville. June-August: 1st Tuesdays only, same time and location.
Cornet Bay Restoration - Results!
MRC Strategic Plan and Action Plan 2010-2020
MRC Nearshore Report