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Thursday, March 2, 2023
By Eric Granstrom
the Fish and Wildlife Commission yesterday. Steve Parker is appointed to an eastern Washington position. He is a retired fisheries biologist who spent much of his 45-year career with the Yakama Nation and lives in Yakima County. Woodrow "Woody" Myers, Jr. is appointed to an at-large Washington position. He lives in Spokane County and retired from WDFW as an ungulate research biologist where he worked for 40 years. In addition, Barbara Baker was re-appointed to the Commission to a western Washington position. Baker was first appointed to an at-large position to the Commission in January 2017. She is an attorney who lives in Thurston County who retired from a long career in the state Legislature. So now the Commission includes a legislative attorney, an environmental attorney, a rancher with a wildlife biology background, a wildlife biologist, marine biologist, fisheries biologist, research biologist and environmental conservationist. For those who wanted the science followed when it comes to directing policy to preserve, protect and perpetuate fish, wildlife and ecosystems while providing sustainable fish and wildlife recreational and commercial opportunities, you got it. Until next time, Good Fishing!