Josh Seeds grew up in the Pacific Northwest and has lived near Washougal for ten years. He is a two-time graduate of Washington State University with a Bachelor’s Degree in Biochemistry and a Master’s Degree in Environmental Science. He currently works for Oregon’s Department of Environmental Quality, focusing on drinking water protection, forestry, and agriculture. In his spare time, Josh plays with his children, practices small-scale farming, hikes and hunts, and helps friends and neighbors with conservation questions and problems.
Josh was appointed to the ECFR Commission in 2018. He values public service highly and is also a member of Clark County’s Clean Water Commission, a volunteer advisory group to the Clark County Council. His goal is to be a good steward of public money and natural resources.