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  • Marine Weather Workshop
    A one-day, all-inclusive Marine Weather Workshop taught by marine weather experts Jay Albrecht and Dave Wilkinson will prepare boaters for safety on Northwest waters, whichever way the wind may blow. The workshop is co-sponsored by Washington Sea Grant, Northwest Maritime Center, and WSU Jefferson...
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    General Can I really use a slider on any page layout?Yes. Karma now offers the ability to insert a slider on every page template. When creating a page you’ll simply use Karma’s custom ‘Slider Settings’ section of the Page Editing screen to customize and insert your Slider. W...
  • Basic Watch Standing
    Washington Sea Grant, the Northwest Maritime Center, and WSU Jefferson County Extension are cosponsoring a workshop on Basic Watch Standing. This workshop is for anyone who is interested in working on commercial fishing vessels or has some experience and would like to learn more. Cost is $50. Pre-re...
  • Guided Whatcom Creek Habitat Tour
    You’re invited to come learn how Whatcom Creek has changed over time, what the City of Bellingham is doing to help protect it for the future, and how you can help. The guided tour will explore local wildlife use and habitat improvements in the Red Tail Reach and Cemetery Creek habitat restorat...
  • SeaChange with Brian Skerry
    Join us at our fifth annual fundraising breakfast benefiting conservation and research. When: Tuesday, October 10, 2017 Registration: 7:30am Program: 8–9am Where: Sheraton Seattle Hotel 1400 6th Avenue, Seattle Brian Skerry—internationally recognized National Geographic magazine photographer—w...
  • Nasty HABits Update
    June 20, 2015 After several relatively quiet years, a massive bloom of Pseudo-nitzchia, the diatom responsible for amnesic shellfish poisoning, has shut down several West Coast shellfish fisheries. The largest in at least a decade, this bloom is the focus of studies by the College of the Environment...
  • Learn First Aid at Sea
    Washington Sea Grant and WSU Jefferson County Extension are cosponsoring a First Aid at Sea course on June 3 in Port Townsend. This Coast Guard-approved class will benefit recreational boaters and commercial fishermen alike. Topics covered include CPR, patient assessment, hypothermia, cold water, ne...
  • What is the State of Your Oyster?
    State of the Oyster Study volunteers invite you to join them to look at bacterial contamination on privately owned beaches in Hood Canal and throughout Puget Sound. Note: In addition to June, you can submit samples on July 5 and August 2. Cost: $25 per test for coliform; $30 per test for Vibrio pa...
  • What is the State of Your Oyster?
    State of the Oyster Study volunteers invite you to join them to look at bacterial contamination on privately owned beaches in Hood Canal and throughout Puget Sound. Note: You may also submit samples on August 2. Cost: $25 per test for coliform; $30 per test for Vibrio parahaemolyticus For each da...
  • Nooksack River Walk
    The beautiful Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest is one of the most visited forests in the country. Let’s do our part to keep it and the Nooksack River healthy! Discover native plants, find aquatic insects, and learn about environmental stewardship on this salmon-focused nature walk along th...
  • What is the State of Your Oyster?
    State of the Oyster Study volunteers invite you to join them to look at bacterial contamination on privately owned beaches in Hood Canal and throughout Puget Sound. Cost: $25 per test for coliform; $30 per test for Vibrio parahaemolyticus For each day, samples must be dropped no later than 2:30 p....
  • Youth Ocean Conservation Summit
    Care about the ocean? Then join our Summit and learn how to protect it. The Youth Ocean Conservation Summit – hosted for the first time at Point Defiance Zoo & Aquarium – is a collaboration with Seattle Aquarium to help and inspire Puget Sound youth to take action about the ocean...
  • Salmon Sighting
    Anyone who has seen salmon swimming their way up our watershed to spawn can tell you this is a must see feature of living in the Pacific Northwest. The incredible display of perseverance and resilience can teach us a lot during Washington’s darkest and rainiest season. We invite you to join us...
  • Well Education and Testing
    WET invites you to take a look at the health of your well and learn about keeping your drinking water safe. Washington State Department of Health recommends annual testing of individual wells for fecal coliform bacteria; testing your water is the best solution to identify possible contamination. WET...
  • Learn First Aid at Sea
    Washington Sea Grant and the Port of Seattle Fishermen’s Terminal are co-sponsoring a Coast Guard-approved First Aid at Sea course. Topics covered include patient assessment, hypothermia, cold water, near-drowning, shock, trauma, burns, fractures, choking, immobilization, First Aid kits, and more....
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