Washington Sea Grant
Serving the people who manage, use and enjoy Washington's ocean and coasts
Events & Issues
- Orca Bowl 2015 Winners. On Saturday, February 28th, students from across Washington state assembled at the UW for Orca Bowl, the regional competition of the National Ocean Sciences Bowl. We are pleased to announce the following winners for this year's tournament:
- Sea Survival Skills Workshop. Fishermen and boaters update your survival skills at sea at this Gig Harbor all-day workshop on Tuesday, March 17, 2015. More info…
- Elwha Dam Removal Update. WSG -funded research bears fruit in recently published work by government, tribal, and university investigators studying the Elwha River dam removal.
- Shellfish Aquaculture in Washington State. WSG is conducting research to assess the economic and cumulative effects of the evolving Washington shellfish aquaculture industry. Learn more about the studies underway in the first progress report.
- Puget Sound Foram Project. A team at the Burke Museum is turning to beautiful, tiny single-celled creatures called foraminifera to investigate and monitor the health of Puget Sound in a project funded in part by Washington Sea Grant.
1st Place: Friday Harbor High School A, Friday Harbor, WA
2nd Place: Tacoma Science and Math Institute (SAMI), Tacoma, WA
3rd Place: Garfield High School, Seattle WA
Megan Vogel Sportsmanship Award: Newport High School B, Bellevue, WA