OLYMPIA — The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife will host a virtual open house from 7-8 p.m. on Tuesday to discuss razor clam seasons and other local topics affecting the region.
WDFW Director Kelly Susewind and WDFW Coastal Regional Director Larry Phillips will be joined by Long Beach Peninsula Visitors Bureau Executive Director Andi Day and Long Beach Mayor Jerry Phillips to discuss the role razor clam digs play in local tourism, outdoor recreation and the surrounding culture.
The event will include a live presentation and will answer written questions from the public regarding various topics, including razor clams.
“We always have a lot going on with razor clams and it’s important to us that community members are able to engage with us on the topics that matter to them,” Susewind said. “We know that people in this region care about our work and we’re looking forward to having a chance to find out what’s on their minds, clams or otherwise.”
Susewind and Phillips will also share updates on a number of other local and state issues.
To view the Zoom meeting, visit zoom.us/j/93019728413.
The meeting will be recorded and posted to the WDFW website at a later date.
WDFW’s coastal region spans Clallam, Grays Harbor, Jefferson, Kitsap, Mason, Pacific, Pierce and Thurston counties.
For more information, visit the WDFW Coastal Washington website at wdfw.wa.gov/places-to-go/weekender/coastal/.