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  • FAQ
    Kids’ Day FAQ What day and time is the event? The Friday preceding the festival. Two sessions are offered, 9–11:30 AM and 12–2:30 PM. What is the cost to attend Kids’ Day at OysterFest? This is a free event, so no fees required! Where is the Port of Shelton Fairground? The Fairground is ...
  • Washington Sea Grant in the News
    Washington Sea Grant in the News June 2024 Invasive European green crab found less than 10 miles from Ketchikan Wrangell Sentinel, June 19 Help search for invasive crab during the Salish Sea-wide Molt Blitz The Seattle Times, June 17 Community plus science equals action! The Journal of the...
  • Crab Team’s Rapid Response: Day 2 & 3, the Big Finale!
    September 14, 2016 Emily here again, this time from back in Seattle. Our boots are washed, the gear is stowed, and we are all ready for some well-earned rest. But first, a quick update to fill you in on the rest of our rapid response sampling effort on San Juan Island (read about Day 1). Number of ...
  • Padilla Bay Rapid Response: Day 1
    September 26, 2016 Emily here to report that Crab Team is on the road again, spending three days in Padilla Bay where the second confirmed capture of European green crab in Washington’s Salish Sea took place only a week ago. The capture occurred less than a week after we returned from San...
  • FISH 2.0 U.S. Aquaculture Workshop – in Seattle
    Fish 2.0, the global community for seafood innovators, is holding a two-day workshop for U.S. West Coast, Alaska, and Hawaii aquaculture businesses April 30–May 1, 2019, at the University of Washington in Seattle. The program culminates with a pitch and networking session at the World Trade Center...
  • Padilla Bay Rapid Response: Day 2
    September 27, 2016 Map showing trapping (white) and capture (red) sites to date for invasive European green crab in Padilla Bay. Click to enlarge. Another stunningly beautiful day to explore Padilla Bay (read about day 1). Day two of our rapid response trapping effort is complete; our teams checked ...
  • Past Fellows
    Past Fellows The following biographies of current and recent fellows provide examples of the breadth and scope of opportunities and experiences offered by WSG, National Sea Grant, and Coastal Management fellowships. See current and recent fellows here.  Jump to: Washington ...
  • Videos of First WSG Shellfish Study Workshop Now Available Online
    December 17, 2019 A ghost shrimp in Willapa Bay Willapa Bay and Grays Harbor are home to some of the most productive oyster farms in the country, but in recent years these estuaries have been plagued by an active burrowing shrimp population that threatens much of coastal Washington’s oyster ground...
  • Startup Culture Hits Seafood Industry at Aquaculture Workshop in Seattle
    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE March 20, 2019   MEDIA CONTACT: Sandra Stewart, Thinkshift Communications, sandra@thinkshiftcom.com, 415.391.4449 MaryAnn Wagner, Communications, Washington Sea Grant, 206-616-5363, maryannb@uw.edu Cole Mellino, Project Associate, Fish 2.0, cole@fish20.org Startup Culture...
  • Kids’ Day
    Kids’ Day at OysterFest For over 25 years, Kids’ Day at OysterFest has provided students a unique, fun opportunity to learn about the world they live in and how to protect and care for the environment and themselves. Each year, up to 500 fourth grade students in Mason County have participate...
  • Virtual workshop: Marine carbon dioxide removal and marine energy in the Pacific Northwest (Day 1)
    Given expanding scientific and technological interest in using the ocean for marine carbon dioxide removal (mCDR) and marine energy (ME; also called marine renewable energy or marine hydrokinetic energy), it will be essential to design responsible, community-forward research that is attentive to soc...
  • Virtual workshop: Marine carbon dioxide removal and marine energy in the Pacific Northwest (Day 2)
    Given expanding scientific and technological interest in using the ocean for marine carbon dioxide removal (mCDR) and marine energy (ME; also called marine renewable energy or marine hydrokinetic energy), it will be essential to design responsible, community-forward research that is attentive to soc...
  • Virtual workshop: Marine carbon dioxide removal and marine energy in the Pacific Northwest (Day 3)
    Given expanding scientific and technological interest in using the ocean for marine carbon dioxide removal (mCDR) and marine energy (ME; also called marine renewable energy or marine hydrokinetic energy), it will be essential to design responsible, community-forward research that is attentive to soc...
  • Baker to Bay Symposium – Day 2
    The Whatcom Watersheds Information Network in association with multiple sponsors is hosting the 2017 Baker to Bay Symposium at the Ferndale Event Center. This two-day event will bring together stakeholders, managers, governments, businesses, community members, and scientists to share information abo...
  • Kids’ Day at OysterFest
    Kids’ Day is a special OysterFest preview which features an array of hands-on activities, including touch tanks, designed to help kids explore and explain the natural resource wonders of Mason County. Kids’ Day activities and exhibits are designed to help kids learn about our local wate...
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