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  • WSG in the News 2016
    WSG in the News 2016 December 2016 Saving Point Wilson: Holding the beach no easy task at Fort Worden Port Townsend and Jefferson County Leader, December 28 November 2016 Training for the next generation of mariners NOAA Sea Grant News, November King tide possible wave of the future,...
  • Kelp in the Kitchen: Kombu Shiitake Noodle Soup
    February 10, 2020 By Abby Rogerson, WSG Student Assistant This noodle soup is a perfect Sunday night meal, offering warmth and spice that’s deeply satisfying. The broth gets its depth/umami from kombu and dried shiitake mushrooms, both of which are readily available at Asian grocery sto...
  • What can you do about OA?
    Ocean acidification action page What can you do about OA? More than you think! While it’s true that the only long-term solution to OA is a global reduction in CO2 emissions, there are things we can do to mitigate OA locally. Our region is experiencing some of the most severe acidification in the w...
  • Molt Search Molt Blitz (Whatcom County)
    Past Molt Search training in action (credit: Jess Newley) Are you a beachwalker? A shell collector? Keep an eye out for invasive green crabs while you do by participating in “Molt Search“, a new early detection community science program by Washington Sea Grant & WSU Extension designed to he...
  • Washington Clean Vessel Act Program Expands Options for Boaters
    May 1,, 2022 Second mobile pumpout vessel expands options for Pierce County and south sound boaters, protecting state waters from sewage pollution For the past two years, the pandemic has stimulated boat sales by 17.8% and increased boater activity on the waters in Washington State. With an increas...
  • West Coast Seafood Series: Baked Lingcod with Sorrel
    May 16, 2023 By Emma Duckworth, WSG Undergraduate Science Communications Fellow This summer, Washington Sea Grant is developing a West Coast Seafood Recipe Series, encouraging you to cook up some delicious, locally-harvested seafood! These recipes are easy ways to shop sustainably and support local ...
  • Protocol In Focus: HEOR Parasites
    Blue crab (Callinectes sapidus) sexes as compared to national monuments. Crab Photos: FDA Monument Photos: Wikipedia May 10, 2018 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 doi...
  • Kelp Aquaculture
    Kelp Aquaculture Interest in macroalgae aquaculture is growing. Kelp and other seaweeds can be grown for food, animal feed, organic fertilizer, biofuels and other sustainable products. In Washington State, kelp aquaculture grew out of ocean acidification (OA) research. Because macroalgae ab...
  • Crab Team at the Salish Sea Ecosystem Conference
    May 31, 2022 The second all-virtual Salish Sea Ecosystem Conference (April 26-28) offered everyone with an interest or involvement in the inland waters shared by Washington and British Columbia the chance to connect over a huge range of topics, impacts of last summer’s heat dome, southern resi...
  • After nearly 40 years of sharing life-saving skills, Sarah Fisken retires
    As a WSG marine operations specialist, Fisken grew the organization’s marine workshop program and forged trust and community across the state in the process By Samantha Larson, WSG Science Writer The first time Sarah Fisken put on a survival suit, she was immediately thrown overboard. She was on a...
  • Mobile App for Boaters Expands to Washington State
    August 24, 2020  “Pumpout Nav” is a simple, free tool to help boaters locate pumpout services Washington Sea Grant, in partnership with the Washington State Parks Clean Vessel Act (CVA) Grant Program, is excited to announce that Pumpout Nav, a free iOS and Android app for boaters, has expanded ...
  • Marine Parasites on the Rise
    The abundance of a type of worm commonly found in sushi has dramatically increased From the winter 2020–2021 Sea Star print newsletter From warming to acidification and sea level rise, the world’s oceans have undergone a frightening amount of change over the past few decades. In a recen...
  • Pointing the Data Toward Prosperity
    How the WSG Economic Dashboard helps coastal communities grow and flourish From the winter 2020–2021 Sea Star print newsletter By Brandon McWilliams, WSG Science Communications Fellow While the population size of Grays Harbor County has remained remarkably stable over the past seven years...
  • Researchers Document Salmon Diversity Using Ancient DNA
    Researchers Document Salmon Diversity Using Ancient DNA WSU scientists invent novel techniques to tackle a challenging question of genetic history By Max Showalter, WSG Science Communications Fellow Northwestern rivers like the Columbia and Snake were once brimming with salmo...
  • Snohomish Septic Systems Workshop
    Learn how to keep your septic system running properly for years to come with WSG’s own Marine Water Quality Specialist Teri King.  She will provide in-depth, easy-to-follow information on how to maintain a healthy septic system. Event organized through the Snohomish County LakeWise program. &...
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