NMMA urges members to apply for advisory councils

Candidates are selected based on expertise and experience in relation to the role for which they are applying.

The National Marine Manufacturers Association is encouraging members to apply for six vacant advisory council seats at national marine sanctuaries and the Northwestern Hawaiian Islands Coral Reef Ecosystem Reserve.

The Sanctuary Advisory Councils are community-based groups whose insights guide management decisions and community relations for each sanctuary site.

Candidates are selected based on expertise and experience in relation to the role for which they are applying, as well as relevant community or professional affiliations. Applications are due by Feb. 28.

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