Jill Silver

Jill Silver

Board Member at Olympic Coast Alliance

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Location:
P.O. Box 573, Olympia, Washington, United States

General Information

Education

B.A.S.  - Environmental Studies and Sciences , The Evergreen State College

Affiliations

Board Member  - Olympic Forest Coalition

Board Member  - Jefferson County Noxious Weed Board

Board Member  - Forests and Fish Wetland Scientific Advisory Group

Recent News  

From left to right front row Jill Silver, Connie Gallant, Lorna Smith, John Woolley (former board member), Toby Thaler and Darrell Smith (advisory board member).
Secretary, Jill Silver (Port Townsend)is a Washington state native who lives and works on the Olympic Peninsula, where she's watched the landscape change over her lifetime. An environmental scientist with experience in riparian and aquatic habitat restoration, watershed assessment, and development of watershed-scale conservation programs, she holds a B.A.S. in Environmental Studies and Sciences from The Evergreen State College in Olympia, Washington. As executive director of the nonprofit 10,000 Years Institute, her focus is on the protection of rivers, wetlands, forests and nearshore environments. She serves as a board member of the Olympic Coast Alliance, the Forests and Fish Wetland Scientific Advisory Group, and the Jefferson County Noxious Weed Board.

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Jill Silver, a board member of the Olympic Forest Coalition, who has also worked with the Olympic Coast Alliance, another Washington State-based environmental group, told Truthout that the alliance attempted to take on this issue, "but we found that there's no law that constrains the US Navy or trumps 'national security' and we didn't have the capacity to engage the public in an effective and sustained campaign that might have resulted in changes from the congressional level."

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Jill Silver, a board member of the Olympic Forest Coalition, who has also worked with the Olympic Coast Alliance, another Washington State-based environmental group, told Truthout that the alliance attempted to take on this issue, "but we found that there's no law that constrains the US Navy or trumps 'national security' and we didn't have the capacity to engage the public in an effective and sustained campaign that might have resulted in changes from the congressional level."

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