Taking the Mystery Out of Cultural Resource Management
What threatens cultural resources and what protects them? This one-day workshop will help you feel more confident and competent in managing the risk associated with cultural resources on any project with a cultural resource component. The cost is $125 and includes a catered lunch and all materials....
CANCELED: 27th Conference for Shellfish Growers
It is with an abundance of caution that the director of Washington Sea Grant has decided to cancel the Conference for Shellfish Growers scheduled for March 9 and 10, 2020, in order not to risk anyone’s health and wellness given the outbreak of the COVID-19 virus in our state.
As a program...
Washington Coastal Resilience Project 2016-2018
Washington Coastal Resilience Project
Improving risk communication and leveraging existing programs in Washington State to build capacity and enhance resilience in coastal communities
The Washington Coastal Resilience Project was a 3-year effort to rapidly increase the state’s capacit...
Carbon comes home
Carbon Comes Home
How a serendipitous connection led ocean acidification researchers to an island farm
Back in the early 2000s, Washington State was ground zero for ocean acidification,” Meg Chadsey, ocean acidification specialist at Washington Sea Grant (WSG), says. “Fossil fuel emissi...
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...
2018 Volume 1
2018 Volume 1
Back Out in the Mud
February 28th, 2018
Last month we launched Washington Sea Grant Crab Team’s third official monitoring season. After a successful and fun month of training workshops in March, all 225+ volunteer and partner monitors are alr...
Eastern Washington Marinas Take Big Steps to Prevent Small Oil Spills
August 17, 2017
CONTACT: Aaron Barnett, Washington Sea Grant, (206) 616-8929 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Eastern Washington Marinas Take Big Steps to Prevent
Small Oil Spills
Washington Sea Grant expands its clean marina and small oil spill prevention programs on Lake Chelan
Protocol in Focus: Is it a molt or a dead crab?
One strength of the Crab Team protocol is that it enables us to confidently compare findings among sites, and track changes over time – even if different people are doing the sampling. With sampling on this scale, even the small steps can be important to what we learn from the data. Protocol in Fo...
WSG Seaweed Office Hours
Drop-in office hours for all your seaweed information needs!
How to participate:
Zoom meeting link: https://washington.zoom.us/j/96836051377?pwd=dGJWc0RuRm9ZTFArbzQ2aGFacWRBZz09
Join at any point during the one-hour window (no RSVP required)
Attendees will be served in order of arrival
Please stay ...
Launching Collaborative Green Crab Management in Drayton Harbor (part 1)
July 2, 2020
Removal of European green crab in Drayton Harbor is now underway, thanks to the collaborative efforts of WSG, Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW), the Northwest Straits Commission (NWSC) and many other partners and stakeholders. This is the first of two posts on efforts to...