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  • Who Brings Your Seafood to You? An Interview with Libie Cain
    October 1, 2020 By James Lee, Science Communications Fellow   Libie Cain fishes Dungeness crab and albacore out of Westport. She grew up on Cooper Point by Evergreen State College and has an architectural degree. In fact, she was part of the team that helped build the Natural Resources B...
  • Better Bleeding and Savvier Selling
    Washington Sea Grant Teaches the Practical Skills Needed to Preserve Sustainable Fisheries, Tribal Employment, and Coastal Communities By Eric Scigliano The Pacific Northwest’s salmon fishermen faced a crisis. Starting in the early 2000s, cheap Chilean farmed salmon flooded the country, driving d...
  • Washington State’s Boat Fleet – 2016
    Washington State’s Boat Fleet – 2016 In 2016 alone, 5,750 new vessels worth $234 million were added to the 205,694 registered vessels in Washington’s 2.63 billion dollar boating fleet. The marina industry and state marine recreation agencies and consultants need accurate, geog...
  • Making Adventure Accessible
    Sea Wolf Adventures takes passengers with disabilities to the Pacific Northwest’s most beautiful places From the spring 2020 Sea Star print newsletter Kimber Owen, owner of Sea Wolf Adventures, has an exceptional memory for the people that she’s taken on her 12-passenger cruise ship, whi...
  • Orca Bowl: A Gateway to a World of Water
      The dryland underdogs in this year’s high school ocean-sciences tournament beat the odds with upbeat attitude. “We live in a world of water,” Dean Lisa Graumlich proclaimed, welcoming high school students, teachers, families and fans, together with UW scientists and other volunteers, to...
  • A blue carbon assessment for the Stillaguamish River estuary: quantifying the benefits of tidal marsh restoration
    Wetlands restoration benefits for carbon sequestration A Blue Carbon Assessment for the Stillaguamish River Estuary: Quantifying the Benefits of Tidal Marsh Restoration To gauge potential carbon sequestration in Northwest estuaries, researchers measure stored carbon in a Stillaguamish River...
  • Who Brings Your Seafood to You? An Interview with Hazel Secor from Cape Flattery Fishermen’s Co-Op
    April 29, 2022 By Benjamin Haagen, Science Communications Fellow Hazel Secor has been working as manager of the Cape Flattery Fisherman’s Co-op in Neah Bay, Washington since 2014, supporting the local fishing industry and working with fishers to process and distribute seafood to communities aroun...
  • Webinar: MAFAC Seafood Task Group
    How Do We Increase Consumption in the U.S.– Is It Time to Revisit the Idea of a National Seafood Council? Price: Free- Sponsored by Seafood Expo North America/Seafood Processing North America Panelists: MAFAC Members Megan Davis, Roger Berkowitz, Stefanie Moreland, Sebastian Belle Moderator: Cl...
  • 2019 Volume 2
    2019 Volume 2 Recipe for Successful Management November, 2019 We’re often asked if you can eat green crabs, and whether that is a key to managing them. Green crabs are edible, but thankfully, we don’t currently have anywhere near the number of cr...
  • Green Crabs Have Arrived in Puget Sound: Are They Here to Stay?
    Green Crabs Have Arrived in Puget Sound: Are They Here to Stay? Washington Sea Grant’s monitoring program works to prevent invasive green crabs from establishing populations in Puget Sound By Jasmine Prat, WSG Science Communications Fellow Puget Sound shorelines are teem...
  • Small Oil Spills Program
    Aaron Barnett, Boating Program Specialist Visit the Spills Aren’t Slick webpage! Learn more: Small Oil Spills Factsheet Small oil spills from commercial and recreational vessels often result from a lack of knowledge about proper techniques for vessel operation and mai...
  • Social and economic effects of ITQs on the West Coast groundfish fishery: solving the weak stock/bycatch problem
    Fishery Impacts of Pacific Groundfish ITQs Social and Economic Effects of ITQs on the West Coast Groundfish Fishery: Solving the Weak Stock/Bycatch Problem A group of regional researchers tracked the ecological and economic effects of a new catch–share system for West Coast groundfish fis...
  • Invasive Green Crab Found on San Juan Island
    September 2, 2016 Earlier this week in Westcott Bay, San Juan Island, a team of volunteer monitors caught an invasive green crab (Carcinus maenas), marking the first confirmation of this global invader in Washington’s inland waters. Washington Sea Grant Crab Team volunteers (L-R) Jack Bel...
  • Panel: Climate Change and Culturally-Important Foods, Resources and Places in the Salish Ecosystem
    WSG’s Social Scientist Melissa Poe will lead a panel at the 2016 Salish Sea Ecosystem Conference discussing anticipated impacts from climate-related changes to the foods, ecosystems and places important to coastal indigenous communities. Climate-related changes such as sea level rise, warming ...
  • Eyes on the Beach, Boots in the Mud: South Sound Symposium
    Attend a poster presentation by the Washington Sea Grant Crab Team at the South Sound Science Symposium. Symposium registration is $20 for students and $40 for regular registrants. More information on the SSSS Website. Abstract: Because of a recent range expansion, the European green crab (Carcinus...
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