A leader in research, outreach, and education for more than 40 years, Washington Sea Grant helps people to understand and address the challenges facing Washington’s oceans and coasts.
Stream Team and the South Sound Estuary Association are partnering with WSG to monitor for invasive green crabs at south Puget Sound sites. WSG summer workshops will cover green crab life history and ID, threats to Puget Sound, and monitoring protocol. To volunteer and attend a workshop, contact Jeff Adams, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Learn what staff and researchers at WSG and the College of the Environment’s Olympic Natural Resources Center are discovering about this year’s severe outbreaks of harmful algal blooms.
Read about recent research, outreach, and education activities on our Washington Sea Grant news blog.
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- Marc Hershman Marine Policy Fellowship
WSG’s one-year state policy fellowship from October 1, 2015 to September 30, 2016. Fellows team with mentors in state government or an NGO host office, working on ocean, coastal science and management issues
- WSG 2015 Request for Proposal (RFP)
WSG’s biennial competition to fund research and workforce development projects for February 2016 through January 2018
- NOAA Sea Grant Aquaculture Extension and Technology Transfer 2015
A national competition to fund aquaculture extension and technology transfer grants at state Sea Grant programs for September 2015 through August 2017
- Program Development
WSG sets aside a portion of its federal budget for small grants.