WSG News Blog

National Seafood Month: Grilled Caribbean Crab Cakes

October 25, 2021

By Lucia Davids, WSG Student Assistant 

As we wrap up this last week of National Seafood Month, we are sharing a recipe for grilled Caribbean crab cakes! Blue crab is fairly sustainable depending on its origin and could be a good choice for this recipe or ask your local fishmonger what they recommend. 

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Jenna Keeton Joins WSG as New Fisheries Specialist

October 20, 2021

We are thrilled to welcome Jenna Keeton as the new fisheries specialist at Washington Sea Grant (WSG)!

Jenna works to address the needs of Washington’s fisheries-dependent communities through targeted outreach and collaborative research. At Washington Sea Grant, Jenna’s overarching motivation is to strengthen networks among sustainable commercial fisheries, the seafood industry and consumers. Specifically, she strives to ...

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National Seafood Month: Grilled Fish Tacos

October 18, 2021

By Lucia Davids, WSG Student Assistant 

Our recipe for this week of National Seafood Month is grilled fish tacos. This dish is quick to make and easily customizable for you and your family. Firm white fish is optimal for this recipe, such as cod, halibut or rockfish (all of which are potentially good sustainable choices and typically available at local fish markets!).

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WSG Education Specialist Maile Sullivan Wins Johnette D. Bosarge Memorial Award

October 15, 2021

Congratulations to Maile Sullivan, Washington Sea Grant education specialist, for receiving the 2021 Johnette D. Bosarge Memorial Award at the National Marine Educators Association (NMEA) Conference. This award honors service and dedication to NMEA, and loyalty, efficiency and enthusiasm for marine and aquatic education.

As stated in her award nomination letter, Maile has shown leadership by developing lasting education programs that ...

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National Seafood Month: Grilled Shrimp Satay

October 11, 2021

By Lucia Davids, WSG Student Assistant 

This week’s feature for National Seafood Month is grilled shrimp satay. If you’re looking to keep things as sustainable as possible in your kitchen, Oregon pink shrimp is highly recommended. As a preparation consideration, let it be noted that I used foil packets for the shrimp and slight alterations to cook time will be necessary if you prefer to grill directly on your coals or grill irons.

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National Seafood Month: Grilled Lemon Parsley Cod

October 4, 2021

By Lucia Davids, WSG Student Assistant 

This week for National Seafood Month, we’ll be indulging in grilled lemon parsley cod. Pacific cod in particular is a good sustainable seafood choice at the moment, especially cod certified by the Marine Stewardship Council. As a preparation consideration, let it be noted that I will be using foil packets for the fish today and slight alterations to cook time will be necessary if you prefer to grill directly on ...

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National Seafood Month: Grilled Rosemary Salmon

September 29, 2021

By Lucia Davids, WSG Student Assistant 

As the chilly Autumn weather rolls in, we set our sights towards comforting meals and recipes that can bring just a little bit of warmth to our days. Traditionally, we tend to move away from outdoor meals and settle into dishes like soups, stews and delicious baked goods. The weather, however, shouldn’t stop you from making your favorite dishes all year long. In fact, much of what we might consider strictly ...

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Research, education hub on ‘coastal resiliency’ will focus on earthquakes, coastal erosion and climate change

September 7, 2021

The National Science Foundation has funded a multi-institutional team including Washington Sea Grant to work on increasing resiliency among Pacific Northwest coastal communities.

Led by Oregon State University and the University of Washington, the new Cascadia Coastlines and Peoples Hazards Research Hub, or Cascadia CoPes Hub, will serve coastal communities in Northern California, Oregon and Washington. The hub’s multidisciplinary approach will span geoscience, social science, public policy and community partnerships.

The Pacific Northwest coastline is at significant risk ...

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Five UW Graduates Selected for the 2021–2022 WSG Hershman Fellowship

September 2, 2021

We are pleased to announce that recent University of Washington (UW) graduates Allison Lu, Corinne Noufi, Katie Byrnes, Katie Shelledy and Natalie Lowell have been awarded the Washington Sea Grant Hershman Fellowship for 2021-2022. This fellowship places highly motivated, qualified individuals with marine and coastal host offices throughout Washington, providing fellows with a unique perspective on building marine policy and allowing them to share their academic expertise with the host offices.

This year’s host offices are the Northwest Seaport Alliance, Puget ...

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California, Oregon and Washington Sea Grants Receive NOAA Funding to Address the Pandemic’s Impacts on the Seafood Industry

August 30, 2021

NOAA Sea Grant awarded California, Oregon and Washington Sea Grants $599,988 for a project to help address the economic impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic on the West Coast seafood industry. The project seeks to enhance seafood availability along the U.S. West Coast by developing marketing resources and infrastructure and conducting associated trainings for West Coast seafood providers and handlers; improve seafood access by increasing public knowledge; increase utilization of (and support for) seafood through a public awareness campaign; ...

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