Do you enjoy doing citizen science work in our community? Do you want to earn while you learn?

The Clallam Marine Resources Committee is seeking qualified candidates to fill two spring intern positions. The duration of the internships will be from April 01, to be completed before August 15, 2021. Pay is $15/HR. The interns will work closely with MRC members and Makah and Lower Elwha tribal biologists on projects intended to protect and restore marine resources. As an intern, you will be responsible for one of two projects: Smolt trap monitoring, or invasive green crab trapping and removal. 

For more information about the application process, see the 2021 internship announcement here.


Kelp: Our Underwater Forests 

Watch the recording of the first in a series of webinars hosted by Clallam MRC, Featuring Dr. Tom Mumford. Learn about the importance of kelp in our local ecosystems, and its significance as a marine resource! 

Kelp: Our Underwater Forests

Clallam MRC Video

Check out the new video about the Clallam MRC made by the two interns during the summer of 2020! The video provides a brief background to the MRC and highlights some of our projects.