Maine Fishery Resources Office
Northeast Region

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scott Scott Craig
Project Leader/ Fisheries Biologist

Scott Craig is the National Fish Habitat Action Plan Coordinator in Maine, specializing in fish passage and stream connectivity for native salmonds. After completing his M.S. at Central Washington University on Bull Charr Watershed Ecology, Craig began working for the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. He spent five years working in Ecological Services in Washington state. In 2003, Craig came to Craig Brook National Fish Hatchery as Assistant Manager and in 2005, transitioned to the co-located, Maine Fishery Resources Office (MEFRO). In 2010, Craig became MEFRO's Project Leader. See full resume.

207-469-6701 ext. 226
Scott_Craig@fws.gov


serena

Serena Doose
Fish & Wildlife Biologist

Serena Doose graduated from Furman University in 2013 with a double major in Earth & Environmental Science and Asian Studies. She completed a SCA internship at Moosehorn National Wildlife Refuge in 2011, with most of her work focusing on waterfowl and upland game birds. In the summer of 2012, Doose interned with the Maine Fishery Resources Office (MEFRO), conducting electrofishing surveys for fish passage projects. Since graduating, she has been working full time for MEFRO. See full resume.

207-469-6701 ext. 239
Serena_Doose@fws.gov


Maine Fishery Resources Office
306 Hatchery Road
East Orland, ME 04431

Phone: 207-469-6701
Fax: 207-469-6725


 

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Last updated: March 5, 2014