Jamie Glasgow contributes to the development and management of all Wild Fish Conservancy scientific programs, including fish species composition and distribution studies; habitat restoration design, construction, and monitoring; and water typing. He received his MS in Fisheries from the University of Washington after earning a BS in Biology from Wake Forest University, with additional undergraduate study at the University of New South Wales in Sydney, Australia.
Jamie is instrumental in data collection, analysis, and reporting aspects of most Wild Fish Conservancy projects. He has been conducting fisheries research and restoration projects in the Northwest since 1996. He has extensive experience designing and implementing field studies to evaluate fish presence, species composition, distribution, abundance, and fitness. Jamie lives with his family in Olympia, Washington.