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  • Who brings your seafood to you? An interview with Nick Mendoza, founder of a seafood snack company
    June 27, 2024 By Alison Lorenz, WSG Science Writer To friends and family, Nick Mendoza has always been “the fish guy.” From what he describes as an “uncanny obsession” with fish in his youth to his work as a marine scientist, a love of the ocean is as inherent to Mendoza as his entrepreneuri...
  • The National Sea Grant College Program announces federal funding opportunity to advance U.S. aquaculture
    December 12, 2023 Subject to the availability of funding, Sea Grant anticipates $5,000,000 to $6,000,000 will be available for research projects and programs that will develop and refine methods, protocols, techniques, and/or strategies to enhance the production of one or more life stages of aquacul...
  • Washington Coastal Hazards Resilience Network Launches New and Improved Website
    March 3, 2020 Seattle, WA — Washington Sea Grant and the Washington Department of Ecology, along with other partners, have collaborated to launch a new and improved website for the Coastal Hazards Resilience Network (CHRN). This website and associated interactive map offer users a way to learn ab...
  • Winter 2023-24 Sea Star
    March 5, 2024   The new issue of our biannual magazine is now available! Catch up on Washington Sea Grant’s (WSG) recent research, outreach and education programs across the state through Sea Star, our biannual magazine. The winter 2023-24 issue includes five feature stories diggin...
  • Invasive Green Crab Found at Dungeness Spit
    (Photo: European Green Crab found at Dungeness Spit, Sequim, April 2017. Photo by Allen Pleus, Washington Department of Fish & Wildlife)     April 26, 2017 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Sequim, WA — A new population of invasive European green crab has been found at Dungeness Spit, near Sequim, ...
  • Washington Coastal Hazards Resilience Network Launches New and Improved Website
    March 3, 2020                                              CONTACTS:  Jackson Blalock, 206-543-0555 or jackbl@uw.edu                         MaryAnn Wagner, 206-616-6353 or maryannb@uw.edu   Washington Coastal Hazards Resilience Network Launches New a...
  • C-CAN Ocean Acidification Roundtable Discussion
    A state-level policy, management and science approach to build support to address ocean acidification: lessons learned after 5+ years of stakeholder collaboration in Washington state. Presented by Martha Kongsgaard, Chair of the Marine Resources Advisory Council; Bill Dewey, Taylor Shellfish; Kir...
  • Who was Marc Hershman?
    In addition to his academic and policy achievements, Hershman is remembered for being an exceptional mentor From the Winter 2023/2024 Sea Star Marc J. Hershman has been credited with turning coastal management into an academic field of study. He taught coastal and ocean law, seaport management and c...
  • Washington Sea Grant receives new grant to support coastal resilience
    February 12, 2024 Washington Sea Grant (WSG) is pleased to announce that it will partner with the Washington state departments of Ecology, Transportation, and Fish and Wildlife to support coastal resilience work as part of a new $850,000 grant. The grant comes from the National Coastal Resilience Fu...
  • Washington Sea Grant welcomes first Economic Recovery Corps fellow
    February 20, 2024 Washington Sea Grant (WSG) is excited to welcome Jessika Tantisook as its first Economic Recovery Corps fellow. The inaugural cohort of the Economic Recovery Corps (ERC) will spend the next 2.5 years enhancing the economic development efforts of host organizations like WS...
  • Impacts from the Summer 2021 Heatwave on Washington Shellfish
    July 21, 2021 Dead butter clams. Photo: Ron Carr The record-breaking heat that hit the Pacific Northwest from June 23 to 28, 2021, caused harm to many intertidal shellfish and invertebrate species on Washington beaches. On many beaches, species such as cockles, varnish clams, butter clams, and nativ...
  • Wild Seafood Connection to bring fishers and buyers to Bellingham in February
    January 18, 2024 On February 29, members of the commercial fishing industry will have a chance to speak directly to their buyers – restaurants, retailers, brokers, and other seafood businesses  – at the Wild Seafood Connection conference, presented by the Port of Bellingham and produced by Coli...
  • WSG director update
    May 6, 2024 WSG is pleased to provide an update on its search for a new director. The Dean’s Office of the University of Washington’s College of the Environment and WSG are jointly exploring a new model for WSG leadership that would add a faculty director to our leadership team. We believe this ...
  • New staff: WSG welcomes Alison Lorenz
    November 28, 2023 Washington Sea Grant (WSG) is excited to welcome Alison Lorenz as a new science writer. In this role, Alison creates and proofs flyers, blog posts, news releases, reports, and more to keep the public connected to WSG’s work across its program areas. She also supports WSG’s med...
  • Who brings your seafood to you? An interview with Roger Bain, fisherman of the Makah Tribe
    July 10, 2024 By Jess Davis, WSG Science Communications Fellow Bain pulling up his catch. Photo courtesy of Roger Bain. Growing up in Washington state and a member of the Makah Tribe, Roger Bain’s ancestral and more-recent family history might suggest that he was destined to become a fisherman. Th...
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