Mark works on a wide range of fisheries and aquatic habitat projects, interacting extensively with biologists, resource managers, and fish culturists. Inspired by our water resource projects, Mark says they often improve fisheries’ resources and allow people to participate in sportfishing—by restoring native populations or just producing more fish. He also performs biological calculations to determine space and water flow requirements associated with the rearing of various species of fish.
In his free time, Mark enjoys RV camping in the Northwest with his wife, daughter, and son, and listening to 80s rock, modern pop and country. For fun he plays drums and dabbles in playing the guitar.