Friday, January 22, 2021

Turnover at the top of NMFS

With the change of presidential administrations, it would appear the top leadership has changed at the National Marine Fisheries Service.

The agency's website now lists Paul Doremus as the acting director of NMFS.

He replaces Chris Oliver, who helmed NMFS through the Trump administration. Oliver previously was executive director for the Anchorage-based North Pacific Fishery Management Council.

Who will the Biden administration tab as permanent NMFS chief? Let the speculation begin.


Anonymous said...

Jane Lubchenco, she sends money to the Pope, just like Biden. Back to fishing on the left side of the boat.

Anonymous said...

it's called the Port side bro!

Anonymous said...

Chris Oliver the dragger shill is gone.