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  • Pilot-scale net-pen grow-out of sablefish (“black cod”) by the Jamestown S’Klallam Tribe
    PILOT SABLEFISH NET-PEN GROW-OUT Pilot-scale net-pen grow-out of sablefish (“black cod”) by the Jamestown S’Klallam Tribe Researchers partner with the Jamestown S’Klallam Tribe and others to find cost-effective ways to successfully raise sablefish, or “black cod,&#...
  • WSG receives $1.59 million to boost Puget Sound habitat
    March 6, 2023 The two WSG-led projects selected for funding will focus on sea level rise vulnerability and managing invasive European green crab Photo: Grace Marcella Norman Two projects led by Washington Sea Grant (WSG) will receive a total of $1.59 million through the Puget Sound National Estuary ...
  • Stream Steward Training
    Connect with others to make a difference in the health of our local ecosystems as a Stream Steward. The Stream Steward Program provides Kitsap residents with the opportunity to turn environmental knowledge into action. Through an annual, multi-day training, participants learn about connections betw...
  • New Staff: WSG Welcomes Chandler Countryman
    April 3, 2023 We are thrilled to welcome Chandler Countryman as the new resilience and adaptation specialist at Washington Sea Grant. In this role, Chandler works with communities in the South Puget Sound area and along Washington’s coast to advance efforts related to coastal hazards and climate r...
  • Invasive Green Crab Monitoring Volunteer Training
    Invasive European Green Crabs could be coming to a beach near you! Washington Sea Grant is partnering with Stream Team and the South Sound Estuary Association (SSEA) to monitor for invasive European Crabs at sites throughout south Puget Sound. If you are interested in monitoring local pocket estua...
  • The first Seaweed Knowledge Symposium covered the challenges and opportunities of a burgeoning field
    December 5, 2023 Watch the video recordings of the December 2022 Seaweed Knowledge Symposium online The seaweed of Puget Sound. Photo credit: Simone Alin Seaweed aquaculture in Washington is a bit like the “Cheshire cat”: though there are a handful of commercial farms and restoration projects, a...
  • New Staff: WSG Welcomes Michele Blanchflower
    April 3, 2023 Michele Blanchflower joined Washington Sea Grant in March 2023. In her new role as the fiscal specialist supervisor, she supports administrative and fiscal functions, assisting with coordination, planning, reconciliation, forecasting, procurement, and executing direct services for WSG...
  • Teri King starts a new chapter
    December 6, 2023 After working at Washington Sea Grant (WSG) for more than 30 years, Teri King, aquaculture and marine water quality specialist, has moved on to her next chapter.  King joined WSG in 1990. Over the next three decades, she built an innovative program of outreach and technical assista...
  • Learn First Aid for the Sea in Gig Harbor, WA
    NEWS RELEASE FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE                     March 2, 2017                      ...
  • Marine Weather Workshop November 14, 2020
    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE October 8, 2020 CONTACT: Sarah Fisken, 206-543-1225 or sfisken@uw.edu Marine Weather Workshop Learn to read the weather before you head out on the water. Washington Sea Grant and Jefferson County WSU Extension are co-sponsoring a Marine Weather Workshop. Topics to be covered in...
  • Crab Team Monitor Toolbox
    Crab Team Monitor Toolbox Welcome, Crab Team Monitors! Below you will find resources to help you with sampling including monitoring tools and learning resources.  For tools of the trade like data sheets, and tide calendars, follow the link to the geography of your assigned site–coastal o...
  • Marine Debris Can Ruin A Day on the Water
    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE June 2, 2020  CONTACTS: Aaron Barnett, Boating Operations Specialist (206) 853-6991 or at aaronb5@u.washington.edu or MaryAnn Wagner, WSG Communications maryannb@uw.edu Marine Debris Can Ruin A Day on the Water Boaters are the front line in keeping Washington’s waters safe ...
  • Oyster Night at University Book Store
    University Book Store presents the authors of Heaven on the Half Shell—an immersive, fully illustrated history of Northwest oysters. Explore oysters’ role in ecosystems and human societies–and learn stellar seafood recipes from regional chefs! REGISTER HERE: https://www.ubookstore.com/events?i...
  • CERF Webinar: Blending complementary ways of knowing—Traditional Ecological Knowledge and Science—to support coastal hazards resilience and restoration decision-making
    Presented by: Matthew Bethel, Ph.D., and DeWitt H. Braud About this webinar: Traditional ecological knowledge (TEK) is a living body of knowledge that includes environmental observations and experiences that occur in places and within an indigenous cultural context. In coastal Louisiana, a multidis...
  • Conservation Needs to be About People, Too
    NEWS RELEASE JUNE 21, 2017   CONTACT: Melissa Poe, Social Scientist, Washington Sea Grant at 206-685-8209 or email mpoe@uw.edu   Conservation Needs to be About People, Too   The book Conservation in the Anthropocene Ocean is an interdisciplinary guide for reframing conservati...
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