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  • Crab Team Monitor Toolbox
    Crab Team Monitor Toolbox Welcome, Crab Team Monitors! Below you will find resources to help you with sampling including monitoring tools and learning resources.  For tools of the trade like data sheets, and tide calendars, follow the link to the geography of your assigned site–coastal o...
  • New Pumpout Stations Expand Options for Boaters
    NEWS RELEASE  FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE; May 21, 2020 CONTACTS:   Aaron Barnett, Washington Sea Grant, 206-616-8929 or aaronb5@uw.eduBridget Trosin, Washington Sea Grant, 360-428-1003 or bemmett@uw.eduCatherine Buchalski Smith, Washington State Parks,  360-902-8659 or Catherine.BuchalskiSmith@parks...
  • Non-Invasive Physiological Monitoring of Southern Resident Killer Whales
    Noninvasive assessment of Orca decline Non-Invasive Physiological Monitoring of Southern Resident Killer Whales Using scat-detection dogs and long-term physiological, reproductive, and toxicant monitoring, researchers worked to unravel the mystery of the Salish Sea orcas’ persistent decli...
  • 2020 Volume 1
    2020 Volume 1 Committed Crabbers November, 2020 This year was already poised to be exceptionally busy for WSG Crab Team and the management of the European green crab invasion in Washington – even before we were faced with a global pandemic. Through la...
  • Small Spills Aren’t Slick
    Small Spills Aren’t Slick Along with summer boating season comes an increased risk of smaller oil spills from recreational boats, which account for 75 percent of the oil dumped into local waters. The Washington Sea Grant Small Spills Prevention Program provides boaters with the knowledg...
  • Olympic OA Regional Vulnerability Assessment
    The Olympic Coast as a Sentinel – Tribal Communities at the Forefront of Ocean Change Indigenous people have depended on Olympic Coast marine species for their livelihoods, food security and cultural practices for thousands of years. Today, these species—and the triba...
  • Sea Levels are Rising in Washington. What will the Shorelines of the Future be like?
    July 22, 2022 A new report from the Washington Coastal Resilience Project evaluates the trade-offs between various strategies to manage the impacts of sea level rise As sea levels continue to rise, coastal hazards such as flooding and erosion will become increasingly common. According to recent asse...
  • Washington Sea Grant Receives Funding from The Builders Initiative to Support Restorative Aquaculture
    January 26, 2022 Washington Sea Grant will use the $400,000 grant to further two key projects: the Cross-Pacific Indigenous Aquaculture Collaborative and the Washington Seaweed Collaborative From tribal fishermen exercising their treaty fishing rights to oyster farmers in south Puget Sound, seafood ...
  • Evidence of Invasive European Green Crab Found at Two New Sites
    July 9, 2018 Washington Sea Grant’s Crab Team and Washington State’s Department of Natural Resources report evidence of the invasive European green crab at two new sites in the Salish Sea: Fidalgo Bay and Dungeness Landing, near Dungeness Spit. A green crab shell was found at Fidalgo B...
  • Selling your catch: Sea Grant programs release new edition of direct marketing guide
    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE February 22, 2018 CONTACT: Paula Dobbyn, Alaska Sea Grant, 907-274-9698, paula.dobbyn@alaska.edu MaryAnn Wagner, Washington Sea Grant, 206-616-6353, maryannb@uw.edu Selling your catch: Sea Grant programs release new edition of direct marketing guide The Sea Grant programs in...
  • UW Graduate Student Selected for the 2022 NMFS-Sea Grant Fellowship
    August 23, 2022 We are pleased to announce that Kristin Privitera-Johnson (she/her), a doctoral student at the University of Washington School of Aquatic and Fishery Sciences (UW SAFS), is one of eight fellows selected for the 2022 National Marine Fisheries Service-Sea Grant Joint Fellowship Program...
  • Boaters Divert Nearly 11 Million Gallons of Sewage from Washington Waters
    May 1, 2019 With funding from the Clean Vessel Act program, 140 pumpout stations help divert sewage from coastal and inland waters in Washington. (more…) ...
  • Learn the Skills to Land a Job Fishing Salmon in Alaska
    January 25, 2022 The new Purse Seine Vessel Crew Member Training Program will hold its first session in April 2022 — register online at www.gigharborboatshop.org Photo: Guy Hoppen The Gig Harbor BoatShop and Washington Sea Grant are launching the Purse Seine Vessel Crew Member Training Program, or...
  • Environmental DNA (Part 4): The Vashon Island Mystery
    September 26, 2022 This is the fourth and final in a series of posts on a Crab Team project to develop environmental DNA (eDNA) for use in early detection and management of European green crab. Links to the previous posts are found in the text below. Environmental DNA (eDNA) has recently gained atte...
  • Could a Tsunami Hit Puget Sound?
    New tsunami hazard maps show how a Cascadia megaquake could impact Puget Sound June 22, 2021By Kathleen McKeegan, WSG Science Communications Fellow  It’s not a matter of if, but when. New tsunami hazard maps published by the Washington Geological Survey and the Washington State Department of ...
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