Stakeholder Advisory Committee

The NW CASC’s Stakeholder Advisory Committee (SAC) includes representatives of state, federal and tribal resource management agencies located in the Northwest. The Committee meets regularly to help identify science needs and priorities to ensure that NW CASC-funded science is ultimately useful, relevant, and of value to regional management of cultural and natural resources. Members are nominated by their respective agencies or tribes. Established Terms of Reference guide the Committee’s operations.

Current SAC Representation

  • Agricultural fields in Montana

    U.S. Department of the Interior

    Bureau of Indian Affairs
    Bureau of Land Management
    Bureau of Reclamation
    National Park Service
    Great Basin Landscape Conservation Cooperative
    Great Northern Landscape Conservation Cooperative
    North Pacific Landscape Conservation Cooperative
    US Fish and Wildlife Service
    US Geological Survey
  • Sockeye salmon swimming away in Bristol Bay, Alaska

    State Agencies

    Idaho Department of Fish and Game
    Montana Department of Natural Resources and Conservation
    Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife
    Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife

  • Canoe Prow at the 2012 Canoe Journey hosted by the South Sound's Squaxin Tribe

    Tribal Entities

    Affiliated Tribes of Northwest Indians
    Columbia River Inter-Tribal Fish Commission
    Cow Creek Band of Umpqua Tribe of Indians
    Northwest Indian Fisheries Commission
    Suquamish Tribe
    Tulalip Tribes
  • Aerial view of dam

    Other Federal Entities

    Bonneville Power Administration
    Environmental Protection Agency
    Federal Highway Administration
    Forest Service Research
    National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration
    Natural Resources Conservation Service
    US Department of Agriculture Northwest Climate Hub


Our SAC members

Meetings

 

 

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