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  • Building Capacity to Protect the Salish Sea From European Green Crab
     July 5th, 2018 As we wrote last week, the first half of this monitoring season has seen several new detections of European green crab, but as green crab appear to be ramping up, so is the group of humans ready to control them. WSG Crab Team is now a project with five team members (including two fu...
  • Unique Washington
    Our Unique Northwest Washingtonians have a deep, passionate relationship with their state’s rich coastal ecology and matchless marine resources. Geology, climate, ocean currents, biological evolution, human history, and social adaptation converge to create a physical, cultural, and economic s...
  • Planning for Sustainable Shellfish Aquaculture in Complex Multiple Use Environments: Determining Social and Ecological Carrying Capacity for South Puget Sound, Washington
    Shellfish growing capacity in S. Puget Sound Planning for Sustainable Shellfish Aquaculture in Complex Multiple Use Environments: Determining Social and Ecological Carrying Capacity for South Puget Sound, Washington Researchers investigated the physical conditions and coastal-community view...
  • Northwest Workshop on Bivalve Aquaculture and the Environment
    Northwest Workshop on Bivalve Aquaculture and the Environment The purpose of this workshop was to identify the current state of knowledge regarding on-bottom intertidal aquaculture and its interactions with the environment. The goal was to identify the information and research needed for sustainable...
  • Bevan Series on Sustainable Fisheries
    The Bevan Series on Sustainable Fisheries is a free and public symposium featuring internationally recognized experts and sponsored by Tanya Bevan, friends of Don Bevan, UW SAFS, Washington Sea Grant, and NOAA’s Alaska Fisheries Science Center and Northwest Fisheries Science Center.   This we...
  • Hanging by a Thread
    Biologist Emily Carrington probes the secrets of the humble mussel’s powerful attachment, and how mussels will fare as sea chemistry changes By Elizabeth Cooney, WSG Communications Fellow, Washington Sea Grant The unassuming but commercially valuable mussel dominates temperate seas worldwide, cli...
  • Director’s Note: Hui Malama Loko l’a Indigenous Aquaculture Gathering
    February 20, 2020 Russell Callender, WSG Director Over 125 guests — including representatives from 13 Pacific Northwest tribal nations; students and leaders from Northwest Indian College; and many more Indigenous stewards from across the globe — gathered at the Kākoʻo ...
  • Data, Climate Change and Design Workshop
    How can we use the rapidly increasing available data and data analytics to create better urban design and policies to address climate change? Six panelists will share their experience and exchange views on how new data and data tools can advance the action of cities to mitigate and adapt to clima...
  • Three Washington Graduate Students Selected for the 2019 NMFS-Sea Grant Fellowship
    August 21, 2019 Washington Sea Grant is excited to share that three of the eight graduate students selected for the National Marine Fisheries Service (NMFS)–Sea Grant Fellowship this year are from the University of Washington. Through the fellowship, doctoral students are provided with two- and t...
  • Other Opportunities
    Other Opportunities Learn about the many opportunities available to professionals and undergraduate, graduate, and postdoctoral scholars interested in gaining first-hand experience in marine science and policy.                          Undergraduate Opportunities Association for Women ...
  • Sablefish: The New “It” Fish
    Sablefish: The New “It” Fish Whether you call it sablefish, black cod or butterfish, this species is making a name for itself as a desirable menu item. Native to the West Coast, sablefish is highly valued in the U.S. for its buttery flavor, and has potential for new markets abroad in Ko...
  • Marine Wiring and Diesel Engine Workshops in Seattle
    NEWS RELEASE FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE November 6, 2017 CONTACT: Sarah Fisken, 206-543-1225 or sfisken@u.washington.edu Marine Wiring and Diesel Engine Workshops in Seattle A chance for commercial fishermen and recreational boaters to learn to safely wire their boats or troubleshoot their diesel engines...
  • Coast Guard-Approved First Aid at Sea Workshop in Gig Harbor
    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE April 5, 2018 CONTACT: Sarah Fisken, 206-543-1225 or sfisken@u.washington.edu   Coast Guard-Approved First Aid at Sea Workshop  Effectively treat hypothermia, near drowning and other incidents while on the water. Monday, April 30 in Gig Harbor, Washington.   Washing...
  • Harbor WildWatch Summer Beach Walks: Penrose
    Join Harbor WildWatch at the beach! Meet at local beaches throughout the summer to explore the intertidal habitat at low tide with trained naturalists and volunteers. There is no better way to learn about your local environment then to stroll the shore, investigate seldom seen animal and discover wh...
  • Harbor WildWatch Summer Beach Walks: Kopachuck
    Join Harbor WildWatch at the beach! Meet at local beaches throughout the summer to explore the intertidal habitat at low tide with trained naturalists and volunteers. There is no better way to learn about your local environment then to stroll the shore, investigate seldom seen animal and discover wh...
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