Saturday, February 17, 2018
10 a.m. - 12 p.m.

100 NE Heron Avenue 
Warrenton, Oregon

Come learn about Astoria/Warrenton’s commercial fishing Industry with Oregon Sea Grant’s coastal fisheries extension faculty, Amanda Gladics. Guests will go on a guided walk of the Warrenton Marina to learn about the various types of commercial fishing vessels, what they catch, and learn about Oregon’s fisheries.

Participants need to be dressed for the weather and wear sturdy walking shoes. Accommodations for disabilities available with advance notice.  Meet in the parking lot located at the intersection of NE Heron Avenue and NE 1st Court. Use the "I'm Going!" link to secure your spot--space is limited!

For event questions or accommodation requests, please contact Shelly Signs, (541) 737-0724 or



Amanda Gladics is based at the Oregon State University Extension – Clatsop County office in Astoria. She provides community education programs that foster sustainability of fishery resources, and the public's understanding of those resources. She works closely with commercial fishermen, researchers, and managers to develop innovative solutions for reducing bycatch fisheries, and conducts public education for coastal residents and visitors through a variety of community outreach and engagement efforts. Gladics earned a B.S. in natural resources and an M.S. in marine resource management, both at Oregon State University and has a background in marine ecology and environmental education.