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  • Sea Star Recovery; COVID-19 Effects on Fishing Industry
    Tune into this online public speaker series coordinated by Northwest Straits Initiative, Whatcom County MRC, and Whatcom Watersheds Information Network. Melissa Miner, Researcher at UC Santa Cruz will present Pattens in Sea Start Recovery; and Pete Granger of Working Waterfront Coalition of Whatcom ...
  • Project Administration
    Project Administration A. Project Oversight and Account Establishment While Washington Sea Grant (WSG) receives funding from a number of federal and state sources, most of the fiscal resources that support its research program come from NOAA through grants to the University of Washington (UW). For t...
  • Fisheries Outreach
    Fisheries Brokering Lane Agreements Between Crabbers and Towboat Operators Brandii Holmdahl, Fisheries Specialist, and Kevin Decker, Coastal Economist In the late 1970s, conflicts between oceangoing tugs and commercial crabbers became a major problem in Washing...
  • Salmon Docent Training
    Learn about Important Salmon Species in Kitsap County Learn about salmon habitat, life cycle, and species in the Puget Sound. Salmon expert Paul Dorn shares his varied, extensive experience and knowledge of species and issues affecting salmon in the Salish Sea. Once trained, share your knowledge wit...
  • Boating Facilities Grant Workshop
    Learn how to get grants for your boating facility through this free, online workshop offered in collaboration with Washington Sea Grant. This includes accessing several state and federal grants that cover up to 75 percent of infrastructure and maintenance costs. The workshop will also discuss...
  • Expanding Opportunities for Students Through Fellowships
    The new Keystone Fellowship and Undergraduate Science Communications Fellowships aim to reach a broader and more diverse group of students and recent graduates From the spring 2020 Sea Star print newsletter By Bobbie Buzzell, WSG Science Communications Fellow “For over 40 years, Washingto...
  • Octopus Adventures: Junior Ecologists
    Join Padilla Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve’s monthly online class for kids, Junior Ecologists. This month’s session is focused on octopi. Who doesn’t love an octopus? Meet Padilla Bay’s own Pacific Red octopus, and learn how clever this 8-armed wonder can be. Regist...
  • 2018 Geohazards Symposium Living with Earth Hazards in Western Washington
    The Association of Environmental and Engineering Geologists and the Northwest Geological Society will jointly host the 2018 symposium Living with Earth Hazards in Western Washington.  The symposium will take place at McCaw Hall, Seattle Center over three days: PUBLIC DAY, SATURDAY February 17, Fr...
  • Salmon Docent Introductory Training
    Learn about Important Salmon Species in Kitsap County Sign up for a free salmon docent introductory evening class. Learn about salmon habitat, life cycle, and species in the Puget Sound. Salmon expert Paul Dorn shares his varied, extensive experience and knowledge of species and issues affecting sa...
  • River and Ocean Film Festival Archives
    River & Ocean Film Festival: Film Archives The following is a list of all the films presented at the festival, by year. When available, links are provided to the videos and information about the the film producers. Return to the Festival page. 2019 Fresh and Salty, by the youth of the...
  • Spring Sea Star: Showcasing Our Commitment to Diversity, Equity and Inclusion
    Spring, 2020 Washington Sea Grant (WSG) has made a focus on diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) an integral part of our culture. A commitment to DEI infuses our identity and our approach to our programming and is part of the daily fabric of who we are as an organization. We...
  • River and Ocean Film Festival
    Ian Miller, Coastal Hazards Specialist, Olympic Peninsula The River and Ocean Film Festival is presented each year by Washington Sea Grant and partners and offers film explorations of our regional rivers and oceans. The films highlight the beauty and opportunity of this regi...
  • New Pumpout Stations Expand Options for Boaters
    NEWS RELEASE  FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE; May 21, 2020 CONTACTS:   Aaron Barnett, Washington Sea Grant, 206-616-8929 or aaronb5@uw.eduBridget Trosin, Washington Sea Grant, 360-428-1003 or bemmett@uw.eduCatherine Buchalski Smith, Washington State Parks,  360-902-8659 or Catherine.BuchalskiSmith@parks...
  • Marine Life
    Marine Life Washington’s waters are home to an extraordinary community of marine plants and animals, including legendary salmon runs and three pods of resident killer whales. The world’s largest octopus, starfish, moon snail, and burrowing clam all reside in Washington. But the region...
  • Publications
    Publications Washington Sea Grant produces publications covering a diverse array of subjects and uses: From the technical, which advance the state of knowledge about important issues in our state, to the popular, which helps Washingtonians to sustain and enjoy our wonderful marine resources...
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