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New Estuary and Salmon Recovery person at D.F.W.

Betsy Lyons has joined the Department of Fish and Wildlife as the Estuary and Salmon Restoration Program Manager. She will be the primary contact for administration of Estuary and Salmon Restoration Program competitions and awards:

Betsy Lyons, ESRP Program Manager
Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife

Ms. Lyons was previously with The Nature Conservancy, and brings diversity of policy experience as well as a concrete understanding of on-the-ground project management. I am confident that she will enhance ERSP with her leadership and experience. Mr. Mike Ramsey will continue to support ESRP as the Recreation and Conservation Office project manager assigned to ESRP and nearshore funds.

Paul Cereghino will continue to co-locate with the WDFW nearshore team, and provide technical assistance from NOAA to the state, focusing on integrating PSNERP strategic planning into federal and state funding decisions and development of nearshore monitoring strategies and protocols. He will also resume duties as part of the NOAA Community-based Restoration Program team.

Paul R. Cereghino, Restoration Ecologist
NOAA Restoration Center
360-902-2603 (office) | 206-948-6360 (cell) |

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