Molly Bogeberg is a Marine Conservation Supervisor with The Nature Conservancy in Washington. She got here to TNC as a Sea Grant Marc Hershman Marine Coverage Fellow in 2014 after finishing a M.S in Environmental Science at Washington State College. Molly’s work at TNC has coated a variety of matters together with coastal sea stage rise and resiliency planning, derelict crab pot removing, aquaculture, and fisheries. Since 2017, Molly has additionally been working with a crew to observe and proceed restoring TNC’s Port Susan Bay estuary protect. Whereas a lot of her workday is spent managing tasks over electronic mail and Zoom, what she loves most about her work is time spent out of the workplace assembly with neighborhood members and time within the subject. Molly is happiest when discovered coated in mud after a day on a shellfish farm or within the marsh with companions or co-workers! Outdoors of labor, Molly enjoys climbing to see wildflowers within the spring and summer season and skijoring together with her canine, Sasha, within the winter.