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Monday, February 26, 2018

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Sound IQ

Sound IQ is a project to collect, map and present nearshore data from the Northwest Straits region online, using an easy-to-access, Internet-based platform. To visit the site, click on this link:

Clallam County Sound IQ

March 2018 - Oil Spill Preparedness Month

Volunteers participating in the Oiled Wildlife Training

Clallam MRC and its partners will be hosting three oil spill preparedness events in March.

March 14th Webinar "Staying Prepared in an Evolving World of Oil Movement" at 12 - 1 pm

More than 20 billion gallons of oil moves through Washington each year, carried by vessel, pipeline, road, and rail. You are invited to an online webinar to learn about the recent improvements and current challenges Washington state environmental regulators face to keep the state's oil spill program strong. Learn about bulk oil movement in Washington, implementation of the 2015 Oil Transportation Safety Act, properties of oil and potential impacts from spills, existing response capability and opportunities for staying involved.

The webinar will be hosted by NWSC and Clallam MRC and  presented by Dale Jensen, Program Manager and Linda Pilkey-Jarvis, Preparedness Manager, Department of Ecology Spills Program.

Join the webinar by clicking on this link:

https://watech.webex.com/watech/j.php?MTID=m1586245d9d84d4a96259e47117c288da

Meeting password: spills18

March 24th Free Oiled Wildlife Training - Search and Capture

The training, offered by Island Oil Spill Association and Clallam MRC, will take place at the Clallam County Fairgrounds (1608 W 16th St, Port Angeles) starting at 8 am. The 8-hour training will cover: 

 

You can sign up for the training here or by contacting Helle Andersen at 360-417-2416, 360-808-4984 or handersen@co.clallam.wa.us

March 31th Free Oiled Wildlife Training - Basic Intake & Stabilization

The training, offered by Island Oil Spill Association and Clallam MRC, will take place at the Clallam County Fairgrounds (1608 W 16th St, Port Angeles) starting at 8 am. The 8-hour training will cover: 

 

You can sign up for the training here or by contacting Helle Andersen at 360-417-2416, 360-808-4984 or handersen@co.clallam.wa.us

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Clallam County Marine Resources Committee was established by the Clallam County Commissioners in 1999 to protect and enhance the local marine environment and contribute to the protection of the marine environment of the Northwest Straits region.

The Clallam MRC is one of seven MRCs established in the Northwest Straits region as part of the Northwest Straits Marine Conservation Initiative.