Northwest Fisheries Science Center’s 5th Science Symposium
Our partner in regional science, NOAA’s Northwest Fisheries Science Center, will host the 5th annual Science Symposium, a two-day event to showcase fisheries and ecosystem science and to foster collaboration among scientists.
WSG Social Scientist, Melissa Poe, will present results from a recen...
2017 Eastern Bering Sea Pollock Stock Assessment
When: November 8, 2017; 5:00 to 6:30 p.m.; Reception to follow.
Where: Fishery Sciences Building, University of Washington, 1122 N.E. Boat Street, Seattle,
Room 102 (Auditorium)
Washington Sea Grant, the School of Aquatic and Fishery Sciences, and the University of Washington College of the Environm...
A New Symposium to Work Towards Equity and Justice in Environmental Fields
August 22, 2019
The Salish Sea Equity and Justice Symposium, to be held November 14-15, 2019, aims to center historically marginalized and underrepresented voices while creating space for ongoing dialogues.
Addressing inequity and working toward environmental justice is essential to a successful en...
Evidence of Invasive European Green Crab Found at Two New Sites
July 9, 2018
Washington Sea Grant’s Crab Team and Washington State’s Department of Natural Resources report evidence of the invasive European green crab at two new sites in the Salish Sea: Fidalgo Bay and Dungeness Landing, near Dungeness Spit. A green crab shell was found at Fidalgo B...
Geoduck Harvesters Impacted by Tariffs Offered Refunds
July 9, 2018
The Washington State Department of Natural Resources (DNR) is offering financial relief to eight geoduck harvesting companies who successfully bid to harvest wild geoduck from state-owned aquatic lands. This effort is in response to China’s announcement of 25% tariffs on American...
Director’s Note: Washington Sea Grant’s Response to COVID-19
March 17, 2020
Russell Callender, WSG Director
COVID-19 is clearly impacting all of us. Washington Sea Grant (WSG) is no exception. We have worked hard to heed the rapidly evolving guidance coming from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), the Governor’s office and the Uni...
Budget News from Washington D.C.
March 18, 2019
Update on Sea Grant Funding for Fiscal Year 2020 from the WSG Director
With vocal support from our many stakeholders, the National Sea Grant College Program was reinstated in the federal budget for Fiscal Year (FY) 2019. The Consolidated Appropriations Act for 2019 was ...
Mobile App Helps Boaters Follow Puget Sound No Discharge Zone Rule
April 15, 2021
“Pumpout Nav” is a free, simple tool that helps boaters locate pumpout services and comply with the law.
Boating season is right around the corner, and knowing where to pumpout is important for following the Puget Sound No Discharge Zone (NDZ) Rule. In August 2020, Washin...
Good News for Water Quality
New pumpout boat services expand this summer in South Puget Sound and the San Juan Islands
July 20, 2021
It will now be easier for recreational boaters to safely pump out vessel sewage and keep Washington’s waters clean with an expansion of mobile pumpout services in South Puget Sound and the ...
Meet Andrea Richter-Sanchez, WSG Science Communication Fellow
November 15, 2022
My name is Andrea Richter-Sanchez and I am thrilled for the opportunity to be Washington Sea Grant’s science communication fellow for the fall and winter of 2022-2023. I am originally from Venezuela and grew up in West Palm Beach, Florida. Growing up in a tropical climate ...
Statement of Solidarity with the AAPI Community
March 24, 2021
We at Washington Sea Grant (WSG) are deeply saddened and angered by the murders that occurred in Atlanta spas last week, the latest manifestation of the hate and violence escalating against Asians over the past year.
Asians, Asian-Americans and Pacific Islanders (AAPI) are integral m...
Watch: 50th Anniversary Commemorative Video
December 27, 2021
Washington Sea Grant celebrates 50 years of service in Washington State in 2021. Take a look back over 50 years in this commemorative video celebrating Washington Sea Grant’s contributions to our state and look forward to another 50 years ahead.