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  • Who Brings Your Seafood to You? An Interview with Jania and Gene Panida
      October 26, 2020 By James Lee, Science Communications Fellow Jania’s brother Steve Wilson is a fisherman who fishes out of La Push. Years ago, Steve began selling his fish at farmer’s markets in the Seattle and Tacoma areas under the name Wilson Fish. Eventually Jania and her husband Gene t...
  • Portage Pram Online Build
    Northwest Maritime Center presents Portage Pram Online Build, sponsored by Duckworks Boat Builders Supply and Turn Point Design. What better way to occupy an entire week of afternoons than building the Portage Pram kit in your home, and under the virtual guidance of a professional boat builder. Inst...
  • Ocean Career Day
    Ocean Career Day, brought to you by Seattle Aquarium, is an opportunity for middle, high school and college students to learn about educational, volunteer, internship and career opportunities at a variety of colleges, nonprofits and government institutions. Parents, guardians and teachers are also w...
  • Public Lands Day – Lake Whatcom Park Volunteer Work Party
    Public Lands Day – Lake Whatcom Park Volunteer Work Party: Sponsored by REI Join with local REI staff and volunteers to complete overlook improvements at the end of our new trail. Activities include clearing brush, debris and logs, moving rock and installing wood structures as needed. Hiking I...
  • National Public Lands Day
    The National Environmental Education Foundation’s National Public Lands Day is the nation’s largest, single-day volunteer event for public lands. Established in 1994 and held annually on the fourth Saturday in September, the event brings out thousands of volunteers to help restore and im...
  • Coastal Flooding in My Neighborhood: Engaging High Schoolers with Local Data
    Coastal Flooding in My Neighborhood: Engaging High Schoolers with Local Data Washington Sea Grant has created a set of lesson plans focusing on high water levels in coastal communities. This three-day curriculum, aimed at high schoolers, introduces students to sea level rise, storm surge, a...
  • Crab Team’s Rapid Response: Day 1
    September 12, 2016 Emily preps bait for trapping response on the FHL docks. Emily here, writing from beautiful Friday Harbor Labs after our first full field day on San Juan Island as part of our rapid response effort. Following the Westcott Bay Crab Team volunteer capture of an adult male green cra...
  • Earth Day Talk: Gaia Has a Fever
    In honor of the 50th anniversary of Earth Day, Dr. Jennifer Thomson will give a talk untangling the history of oil corporations, climate justice, and environmental governance. Beginning with physicist James Lovelock’s Gaia hypothesis, she’ll discuss the involvement of oil corporations in...
  • Kritters and Kelp Day
    Join for a fun, interactive, educational day! Kelp and Kritters Day at the Fox Island History Museum will feature hands on activities, storytelling, kelp tasting, face painting, games and more! Perfect for all ages. At 2:00 Rachel Easton, the Education Director of Harbor WildWatch will give a talk o...
  • Fisheries Day at the Ballard Locks
    The annual Fisheries Day at the Ballard Locks will be part of the Locks Centennial Commemoration this year! Fisheries Day will have activities about salmon for people of all ages, with numerous organizations hosting booths. This event is free and open to the public. Stop by and visit the Waterfront...
  • POSTPONED: Mother’s Day Saturday Sail
    Come to The Center for Wooden Boats at Cama Beach for their annual Mother’s Day Saturday Sail. Arrive early to sign up for free boat rides on a variety of boats (sailing, paddling, rowing, or motor), then participate in other fun activities while you wait for your ride (toy boat building, park ac...
  • Kids’ Day at OysterFest
    Kids‚Äô Day at OysterFest ¬†provides elementary¬†students in Mason County with a unique opportunity to learn about the world they live in and how to protect and care for the environment and themselves, while having fun. For more information, see our Kids’ Day webpages or contact Teri King, gua...
  • Swinomish Receives Funding to Build the First Modern-Day Clam Garden in the U.S.
    November 9, 2021 Federal grants will enable the Tribal Community to revitalize the ancient¬†Indigenous mariculture practice Swinomish Indian Tribal Community bless the site on Kiket Island where they plan to build a clam garden. Photo: Caroline Edwards La Conner, Wash. ‚Äď In the 1990s, members of ...
  • WSG helps partners handshake on ocean shipping lanes solution
    March 29, 2023 The Columbia River Crab Fishermen’s Association presented an award to Jenna Keeton, Washington Sea Grant Fisheries Specialist, for her skillful approach to supporting stakeholder engagement   An example of shipping lanes off Washington Coast at the Port of Grays Harbor. It ...
  • WDFW, Washington Sea Grant promote #LocalWASeafood
    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE June 25, 2020 Contact: Eryn Couch, Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife, 360-890-6604                MaryAnn Wagner, Washington Sea Grant Celebrate June 28 Ceviche Day with Local Washington Seafood Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife, Washington Sea Grant...
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