The Marine Resources Committee (MRC) is an advisory group to the Board of County Commissioners. MRC members are citizen volunteers committed to protecting and restoring marine habitats in our ecologically rich corner of the world.

Monthly Meeting - June 2019
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New! CRABBING 101 Programs

  • Sun. June 23 at 11 am
  • Wed June 26 at 4:30 pm 

Free crabber education programs sponsored by the Jefferson and Clallam MRCs!  Learn from the experts how to Catch More Crab and avoid losing your pots.  A detailed description about workshops can be found here

Sun. June 23, 11am. Location: Marina Room, 103 Hudson St (Point Hudson) in Port Townsend

Wed June 26, 4:30 pm. Location: WSU Extension Classroom, 97 Oak Bay Rd, Port Hadlock

**Clallam MRC has similar programs on June 11 (John Wayne Marina) & June 20 (Port Angeles LIbrary).

RSVP required. For more info and to register, click tabs below and at end of next section. 

2019 rain garden installation. photo by Cheryl Lowe

New Rain Garden Installed

Twenty-three volunteers joined Jefferson MRC, WSU Extension and City of Port Townsend to help plant the newest MRC's rain garden at the corner of Lincoln and Adams St in uptown Port Townsend in late April. Rain gardens capture and treat stormwater runoff, preventing contaminants from reaching local marine waters and this is the 9th MRC rain garden collaborative. 

Groundbreakers, the AAUW garden group, has pledged to help the adjacent landowner care for this latest installation. Thank you, everyone!