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  • FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE March 27, 2019 CONTACT: Sarah Fisken, 206-543-1225 or sfisken@uw.edu Sea Safety and Survival Workshop in Gig Harbor Learn emergency drills for commercial fishing vessels Tuesday, May 14 Washington Sea Grant and the Gig Harbor BoatShop at Eddon Boatyard are cosponsoring a Sea Sa...
  • New story map unites sea gardens around the Pacific and shows the importance of revitalizing Indigenous mariculture practices for food sovereignty and resilience
    February 17, 2022 See the interactive, “living” story map at www.seagardens.net Clam Garden on British Columbia’s Central Coast – Photo by Keith Holmes, Hakai Institute Indigenous People have been stewarding the ocean for thousands of years. This stewardship has appeared in many differen...
  • Dungeness crab season opens
    Winter season opens on October 15th for Dungeness and Red Rock Crab (all fishing methods) and remains open seven days a week through December 31st. Marine Area 4: Neah Bay – East of Tatoosh-Bonilla line Marine Area 5: Sekiu and Pillar Point Marine Area 6: East Juan de Fuca Strait, Port Ang...
  • Crab Team Welcomes Community Science Specialist
    February 9, 2023 Hello Crab Team community! My name is Lisa Watkins and I’m thrilled to be joining you all as Washington Sea Grant’s new Community Science Specialist. A large part of my role will be to coordinate the Crab Team monitoring network, aiming to make participation–from recruitme...
  • 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...
  • Chandler Countryman
    Chandler Countryman Resilience and Adaptation Specialist Expertise Community Engagement and Outreach Community & Ecosystem Resilience Climate Change Adaptation Science Communication A skilled science communicator and a trained scientist, Dr. Chandler Countryman is Washi...
  • Oysterfest
    The largest annual seafood event in South Puget Sound! Oysters, wines, microbrews, live music and so much more come together for two days every year on the first weekend in October. Hosted by the Shelton Skookum Rotary Club Foundation and attended by thousands, OysterFest is home to the West Coas...
  • Get Involved
    Get Involved There’s bound to be an organization near you that is working to protect salmon and salmon habitat. Explore how you can help! Peninsula-wide Puget Sound Partnership www.psp.wa.gov/ Kitsap Trees Contact: Jim Trainer 360.649.8465 jtrainer058@gmail.com www.treezinc.com Bainbridge Isla...
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    major anthropogenic physical disturbance   Columbia River: South Jetty extended 4 kilometers (Hickson and Rodolf, 1950) ...
  • Sea-level rise report contains best projections yet for Washington’s coasts
    July 30, 2018 A new report led by Washington Sea Grant and the University of Washington’s Climate Impacts Group provides the clearest picture yet of what to expect in sea-level rise along Washington state coastlines. The report, entitled Projected Sea Level Rise for Washington State – A ...
  • European Green Crab Captured on Whidbey Island
    Adult European green crab captured by Crab Team volunteers at Lagoon Point this weekend. Photos: courtesy of Bridget Simon. September 19, 2017 Crab Team volunteers at Lagoon Point, on the west side of Whidbey Island, captured a single European green crab in their final sampling effort for this year....
  • Washington Sea Grant receives federal funding to train the next generation of the aquaculture workforce
    August 30, 2023 Washington Sea Grant (WSG) is pleased to have a project selected for funding through the NOAA Sea Grant Aquaculture Workforce Development Support Projects competition.  The WSG project seeks to revive a previously successful crew training program by updating it to reflect current in...
  • Washington Coast Shellfish Aquaculture Study
    Washington Coast Shellfish Aquaculture Study Willapa Bay and Grays Harbor are known for their ecological integrity, habitat values and water quality despite historic alterations to the bays and their watersheds. They are tremendously important to the conservation of fish, shorebirds a...
  • WSG in the News 2020
    WSG in the News 2020 December 2020 What causes king tides and where to see otters in the wild in Washington The Seattle Times, December 10 Witness King Tides and help build a picture of the future The Wahkiakum County Eagle, December 10 Head outdoors this holiday season to witness king tides an...
  • Director’s Note: Washington Sea Grant Successfully Completes its Quadrennial Site Review
    November 19, 2019 Russell Callender, WSG Director I’m pleased to note that Washington Sea Grant (WSG) recently completed its quadrennial external site review. This review is crucial, as the outcome will determine WSG’s eligibility to continue receiving federal funding fro...
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