Coordinate community outreach efforts supporting Washington’s European Green Crab emergency response – including invasive species public awareness, identification and reporting, communications materials/messages/multimedia, and outreach at in-person events! Collaborate with European green crab/Aquatic Invasive Species (AIS) field teams to acquire content of WDFW staff and partners trapping and monitoring for green crab to help educate the public and stakeholders about this invasive species. European Green Crab Grid Trapping Effort – Photo Credit: WDFW With that in mind, Picture yourself attending relevant events, fairs, festivals, farmers markets, webinars, and other opportunities to educate the public about invasive European green crabs in Washington, and

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