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Patrick C. Keliher

Executive Director

Coastal Conservation Association

HQ Phone:  (713) 626-4234

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Coastal Conservation Association

6919 Portwest, Suite 100

Houston, Texas,77024

United States

Company Description

Coastal Conservation Association is an organization of thousands of recreational anglers and outdoor enthusiasts working for the conservation and enhancement of our marine resources and coastal environments. CCA was created in 1977, after drastic commercial ov...more

Background Information

Employment History

Commissioner

Maine Department of Education


Commissioner, Maine Department of Marine Resources

Maine Lobster Promotion Council


Director of the Bureau of Sea Run Fisheries and Habitat

Marine Resources Recruitment Ltd


Executive Director

ASC Direct Inc


Director

CCAMaine.org


Affiliations

FAME

Board Member


Maine Natural Resource Conservation Program

Committee Member


The MLA

Member, Board


New England Fishery Management Council

Council Member


Web References(196 Total References)


InfoSheet1025 - ME LD #365 cont.

chiplakenews.org [cached]

Also speaking among the bill's proponents were Pat Keliher of the Coastal Conservation Association, Dick Anderson, a founding member of the St. Croix Waterway Commission, Fred Hurley, Deputy Commissioner of the DIF&W, Betsy Hamm from the Natural Resources Council of Maine, Benjamin Neal of the Island Institute, and private citizens Gail Gould of Calais, and Bill Anderson of Trescott.
Keliher consigned the Spednic disaster of the 1980's to coincidence, saying that water level draw-downs were the most likely culprit. In characterizing the red blood cell disease VEN known to be borne by alewives, Keliher called it 'inconsequential.' The case made by the champions of LD365 seemed fragile, holding up poorly against the questioning committee members, and weakened further by a lack of acquaintance with the region at issue and its unique challenges.


InfoSheet1025 - ME LD #365 cont.

www.chiplakenews.org [cached]

Also speaking among the bill's proponents were Pat Keliher of the Coastal Conservation Association, Dick Anderson, a founding member of the St. Croix Waterway Commission, Fred Hurley, Deputy Commissioner of the DIF&W, Betsy Hamm from the Natural Resources Council of Maine, Benjamin Neal of the Island Institute, and private citizens Gail Gould of Calais, and Bill Anderson of Trescott.
Keliher consigned the Spednic disaster of the 1980's to coincidence, saying that water level draw-downs were the most likely culprit. In characterizing the red blood cell disease VEN known to be borne by alewives, Keliher called it 'inconsequential.' The case made by the champions of LD365 seemed fragile, holding up poorly against the questioning committee members, and weakened further by a lack of acquaintance with the region at issue and its unique challenges.


news.seafoodnet.com

LePage nominates Patrick Keliher to serve as DMR commissioner
Today, Governor Paul LePage nominated Patrick C. Keliher to serve as Commissioner of the Department of Marine Resources (DMR). Keliher, of South Gardiner, has served as Deputy Commissioner and Director, Bureau of Sea Run Fisheries and Habitat within DMR since 2007. He has served, most recently as Acting Commissioner, and has been serving in this capacity since July. Prior to joining DMR, Keliher served as Executive Director of the Atlantic Salmon Commission and Executive Director of the New England States of the Coastal Conservation Association, Greater New England. Keliher has also served as a licensed Coast Guard Captain and is a Registered Maine Guide. If approved, Patrick Keliher would then need to be confirmed by the Maine State Senate.


www.sunjournal.com

LePage nominates Keliher for DMR post
The governor on Friday nominated Patrick Keliher to head one of the state's most demanding agencies. Keliher, of South Gardiner, has served as the deputy DMR commissioner since the abrupt resignation of LePage's first pick, Norman Olsen. Keliher has worked in DMR since 2007. "Pat has gone above and beyond demonstrating his ability to serve as commissioner," LePage said in a written statement. "He has worked to reorganize the department, focusing on areas that have the biggest economic benefit to the state. Prior to joining DMR, Keliher served as executive director of the Atlantic Salmon Commission and executive director of the New England States of the Coastal Conservation Association, Greater New England. Keliher has also served as a licensed Coast Guard captain and is a registered Maine guide. "I am honored to be selected by Gov. LePage to be the next commissioner of Marine Resources," Keliher said. "We have many challenges facing our coastal communities - it is imperative that our long-term management plans take into account the sustainability of the resources and also the people who depend on these resources for their livelihood." The Joint Standing Committee on Marine Resources will review Keliher's nomination before he is confirmed by the state Senate.


75th Annual Meeting - Atlantic States Marine Fisheries Commission

www.asmfc.org [cached]

Introduction, Patrick Keliher, Commissioner, Maine Department of Marine Resources
Panelists: Jack Dunnigan, Former ASMFC Executive Director and Assistant Administrator for Oceans and Coastal Services; Gordon Colvin, former Director of Marine Resources, New York State Department of Environmental Conservation and ASMFC Commissioner (1982-2007); Robert Boyles, Jr., Deputy for Marine Resources, South Carolina Department of Natural Resources; Patrick Keliher; Jason McNamee, Chief, Marine Resources Division, Rhode Island Division of Fish and Wildlife; and Kathy Knowlton, Fisheries Statistics Unit Leader, Georgia Coastal Resources Division


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