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Funding and Financing Coastal Resilience – Virtual Training
This virtual training is the first in a series being planned by NOAAâs Office for Coastal Management to help build knowledge about funding and financing for coastal resilience activities. The guest speakers are experts on this topic who will share the basics of funding and financing mechanisms, pr...
All Pumped Up: Boaters Set New Record for Protecting Local Waters
March 29, 2016
Pumpout boats, public education, and collaboration with marinas divert 8 million gallons of onboard sewage to onshore treatment in 2015.
In 2014, Pumpout Washington, a joint project of Washington Sea Grant and Washington State Parks, helped divert a record 6 million gallons of raw sew...
Clipper Round the World Yacht Race
*Exact April 2018 dates TBA*
TheÂ Clipper Round the World Yacht RaceÂ is returning toÂ Bell Harbor MarinaÂ for the 2017/18 race!
The twelve Clipper 70s, the worldâs largest matched yacht race fleet, will be berthed atÂ Port of Seattle‘s Bell Harbor Marina in April 2018 after completing the m...
Coast Guard-Approved First Aid at Sea Workshops in Seattle
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
January 5, 2023
CONTACT: Â Sarah Fisken, Washington Sea Grant: 206-543-1225 or email@example.com
Coast Guard-Approved First Aid at Sea Workshops in SeattleÂ
Learn to effectively treat hypothermia, near drowning and other incidents while on the water at one of two upcoming worksh...
Port Washington Narrows Birding Trip
Co-led by John and Karla Bouck (contact firstname.lastname@example.org; 870-404-8481), and Joe Jack Davis of Kitsap Audubon. The park offers front-lighted views of the great variety of waterfowl and marine birds that winter in the Narrows. Afterward, weâll stop at Larry & Kristiâs Bakery for coffee a...
WDFW, Washington Sea Grant promote #LocalWASeafood
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
June 25, 2020
Contact: Eryn Couch, Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife, 360-890-6604Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â MaryAnn Wagner, Washington Sea Grant
Celebrate June 28 Ceviche Day with Local Washington Seafood
Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife, Washington Sea Grant...
Autumn 2022 Sea Star
September 15, 2022Â
Our biannual magazine, now with an updated and expanded format
Catch up on Washington Sea Grantâs recent research, outreach and education programs across the state through Sea Star, our biannual magazine.
We are excited to share that with autumn 2022 issue, we are lau...
Wild Seafood Exchange
WashingtonÂ Sea Grant and other partners presentÂ the 13th annual Wild Seafood Exchange.
The Wild Seafood ExchangeÂ is a one day conference forÂ the independent commercial fisherman who wants to learn about marketing and direct marketing to restaurants, retailers, brokers, and seafood buyers.
WSG in the News 2016
WSG in the News 2016
Saving Point Wilson: Holding the beach no easy task at Fort Worden
Port Townsend and Jefferson County Leader, December 28
Training for the next generation of mariners
NOAA Sea Grant News,Â November
King tide possible wave of the future,...
Washington Sea Grant seeks a new director
June 28, 2023
Seattle â In a search led by the University of Washington College of the Environment, Washington Sea Grant (WSG) seeks a compassionate, ambitious and collaborative leader to serve as its director.
The desired start date is early 2024. The director of WSG leads an innovative program ...
50th anniversary campaign recognized by Sea Grant awards program
November 28, 2022
Washington Sea Grant (WSG) is thrilled to be recognized by the 2022 Sea Grant Excellence in Communication Awards in the online/social media categoryÂ around the program’s 50th anniversary celebration. This communications campaign included many components, such as a story map,...
Lecture: Trace Your Salmon Back to Bristol Bay
Join Alaskan photographer Carl Johnson on a visual tour through a region that hosts the worldâs greatest sockeye salmon runs. Learn about a way of life that thrives on the 30 to 60 million sockeye that return to Alaskaâs Bristol Bay each year.
Carl will share images and stories from th...
Loons at Deception Pass
Join Whidbey Audubon in a birding excursion at Deception Pass State Park. We’ll bird beach and lake, and hope to see hundreds of Red- throated Loons gathering to feed in the outflowing current of Deception Pass. Bring a spotting scope if you have one. Depending on weather and interest, we may ...