Sunday, February 12, 2017
Bevan Series on MSA at University of Washington
On April 24-25, 2014, the University of Washington School of Aquatic & Fishery Sciences and School of Marine & Environmental Affairs co-hosted a symposium on the re-authorization of the Magnuson-Stevens Act as part of the Bevan Lecture Series on Sustainable Fisheries.
Video recorded and produced by UWTV.
Sam Rauch discusses Magnuson Stevans in 2014
This is the fourth speaker, Sam Rauch, Deputy Assistant Administrator for Regulatory Programs, NOAA Fisheries. His talk is titled, "U.S. Fisheries Management Today"
Rep. “Doc” Hastings, WA (R), Chairman of the House Committee on Natural Resources
This is the keynote address by Rep. Doc Hastings, US House of Representatives, WA (R), Chairman, Committee on Natural Resources. NOTE: Doc Hastings retired from Congress in 2015, but his statement remains the clearest explanation of the problems with Magnuson-Stevens that fishermen across the country have, and the changes that need to be made in the next revision of the MSA.
Don McIsaac & Chris Oliver
This is the first presentation of session 3, the West Coast Implementation Experience, chaired by Merrick Burden. The talk is presented by Don McIsaac, Executive Director, Pacific Fishery Management Council, and Chris Oliver, Executive Director, North Pacific Fishery Management Council. Their talk is titled, "Regional Council Perspectives: Current Implementation Challenges and Recommendations for Change."
Congressional Staff MSA Discussion
This is the Congressional staff members panel discussion. Panel members include: Jean Flemma, Senior Policy Advisor, Democratic Staff, Committee on Natural Resources; Bob King, Legislative Assistant, Office of U.S. Senator Mark Begich (AK); Nicole Teutschel, Legislative Assistant, Office of U.S. Senator Maria Cantwell (WA); Dave Whaley, Professional Staff Member, Committee on Natural Resources. Moderated by John Henderschedt.