OLYMPIA – North Puget Sound area residents can discuss fish and wildlife issues with Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) Director Phil Anderson and regional WDFW staff in a roundtable meeting March 22 in Sedro Woolley.
The public meeting, scheduled from 6 to 8 p.m. at the Sedro Woolley Senior Center, 715 Pacific St., will be hosted by the Wildcat Steelhead Club.
“I enjoy visiting communities and talking with our stakeholders to get perspectives from as many people as possible about their fish and wildlife interests,” said Anderson.
The Sedro Woolley meeting will include discussion of WDFW budget challenges and resource-management issues. WDFW staff will answer questions and take comments on fishing, hunting, wildlife viewing, habitat protection, enforcement and other fish- and wildlife-related issues.
“I encourage area residents to take this opportunity to share their views on fish and wildlife management with WDFW's director and local staff members,” said Bob Everitt, WDFW’s North Puget Sound regional director.