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  • Local groups gang up on marine debris
    September 5, 2018  Collaborative effort produces a new marine debris action plan for Washington Trash on our shorelines and in the ocean, also known as marine debris, is a persistent and growing global environmental issue.  A lot is at stake particularly in Washington State, where outdoor recreat...
  • Washington Sea Grant Receives Federal Funding to Track Aquaculture Production
    January 27, 2021 National Sea Grant awarded $4.7 million total to strengthen the economics of the U.S. aquaculture industry  Workers for the Jolly Roger Oyster Company harvest oysters buried in the muddy bottom of Willapa Bay in Washington. Washington Sea Grant (WSG) has been awarded $376,990 in f...
  • WSG Response to COVID-19
    Updated December 10, 2020 As the COVID-19 outbreak continues to impact all aspects of society, Washington Sea Grant (WSG) has been mobilizing its resources to support communities and stakeholders across the state: Washington Sea Grant resource pages for Washington State fishers Washington Sea Gran...
  • State Shellfish Research Program
    State Shellfish Research Program Washington produces more oysters, geoduck, and other bivalves than any other state.  For over 40 years, WSG researchers and extension staff have supported economically and environmentally sustainable shellfish aquaculture industry in the state. Ecology and Economi...
  • Samantha Larson
    Samantha Larson Science Writer Expertise Science writing and editing General communications Samantha joined Washington Sea Grant in May, 2017. As the WSG science writer, Samantha writes and edits technical and general content, from news releases to federal reports. She also...
  • Washington Sea Grant Hosts Workshop on Seaweed Farming
    December 23, 2019 Seaweed has been receiving a lot of attention recently as the next sustainable superfood. Not only is it packed with micronutrients, but seaweed also absorbs carbon dioxide as it grows. This means cultivating seaweed alongside other marine species could help buffer vulnerable org...
  • Seabird Publications
    Seabird Publications Since 1994, Ed Melvin has focused on developing methods to reduce the bycatch of seabirds. The following list of publications reflects the scope of his work. In addition, Melvin has written numerous publications — including reports and working papers — on albatr...
  • Strategies for Successful Research to Application Projects
    This online webinar is part of the OneNOAA Science Seminar Series. Title: Strategies for Successful Research to Application Projects: A Case Study of the National Sea Grant College Program Abstract: As coastal landscapes change, management professionals are working hard to transition research result...
  • Marine Wiring Workshop in Seattle
    Washington Sea Grant and the Port of Seattle Fishermen’s Terminal are co-sponsoring a Marine Wiring workshop at Fishermen’s Terminal for commercial fishermen and recreational boaters. The Marine Wiring workshop is designed for boat owners who want to upgrade their vessels’ electrical systems. ...
  • Current and Recent Fellows
    Current and Recent Fellows The following biographies of current and recent fellows provide examples of the breadth and scope of opportunities and experiences offered by WSG, National Sea Grant, and Coastal Management fellowships. Jump to: Washington Sea Grant Keystone Fellow...
  • The Seventh Annual River and Ocean Film Festival Postponed
    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE March 17, 2020                                                 CONTACTS: Ian Miller, 360-417-6460 or immiller@uw.edu                        MaryAnn Wagner, 206-616-6353 or maryannb@uw.edu The Seventh Annual Ri...
  • Witness King Tides — Visualizing Climate Change in Your Community
    November 7, 2016 Extreme high tides, known as King Tides, are a dramatic feature of Washington winters, that occur when the moon comes closest to earth. King Tides don’t result from climate change, but these high-water events provide a spectacular shoreside show and a sneak preview of wha...
  • 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...
  • Preventing Spills in the San Juans
    Preventing Spills in the San Juans By Elizabeth Phillips WSG Science Communications Fellow  “This is a boating mecca,” says Washington Sea Grant (WSG) boating specialist Aaron Barnett as he surveys the Friday Harbor Marina during a warm summer day i...
  • Crab Catch Reports Due
    Crabbers can submit summer catch record cards to WDFW by mail at CRC Unit, 600 Capitol Way N., Olympia, WA 98501-1091. They can also report their catch online at http://wdfw.wa.gov/fishing/shellfish/crab/ from Sept. 6 through Oct. 1. ...
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