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  • OCNMS/Feiro Speaker Series: Ian Miller on Sea Level Rise: Around the World and Here at Home
    On January 11, 2022, Olympic Coast National Marine Sanctuary and Feiro Marine Life Center will kick off their 2022 co-sponsored Speaker Series with Dr. Ian Miller on Sea Level Rise: Around the World and Here at Home. Sea level rise is an impact of climate change of special concern to coastal commu...
  • Effects of Ocean Acidification on Declining Puget Sound Calcifiers
    Ocean Acidification Effects on Calcifiers  Effects of Ocean Acidification on Declining Puget Sound Calcifiers Examining five ecologically and economically important bivalves, researchers found these species exhibit different susceptibility to increasing CO2 levels. Under the conditions tes...
  • Salmon Docent Training
    Want to learn more about our local salmon? Become a Salmon Docent! If you’re a teacher, you can also earn clock hours through this training. If this event is sold-out, please add your name to our waitlist here: https://wsu.co1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_86oERH0IOTQbsbP Salmon hold ecological, c...
  • Loons at Deception Pass
    Join Whidbey Audubon in a birding excursion at Deception Pass State Park. We’ll bird beach and lake, and hope to see hundreds of Red- throated Loons gathering to feed in the outflowing current of Deception Pass. Bring a spotting scope if you have one. Depending on weather and interest, we may ...
  • Wild Seafood Exchange
    Washington Sea Grant and other partners present the 13th annual Wild Seafood Exchange. The Wild Seafood Exchange is a one day conference for the independent commercial fisherman who wants to learn about marketing and direct marketing to restaurants, retailers, brokers, and seafood buyers. • He...
  • FEMA Region 10 Natural Hazards Mitigation Planning Coffee Break Webinar
    Natural Hazard Mitigation Plans (NHMP) and Community Wildfire Protection Plans (CWPP) both benefit communities striving to reduce risk to natural hazards. Though one plan is focused on the wildfire hazard and other is focused on multi-natural hazards, the requirements of what needs to be in the plan...
  • Autumn 2022 Sea Star
    September 15, 2022  Our biannual magazine, now with an updated and expanded format Catch up on Washington Sea Grant’s recent research, outreach and education programs across the state through Sea Star, our biannual magazine. We are excited to share that with autumn 2022 issue, we are lau...
  • Know the Carbon Pollution Toolkit
    Dozens of policies to cut carbon pollution are in force over the world, and it’s now possible to see clearly how well they work. Some policies deliver deep, rapid, and sustained reductions while also boosting economic growth. Some don’t. They are not equal. Voters in Washington state will have a...
  • National Seafood Month: Grilled Caribbean Crab Cakes
    October 25, 2021 By Lucia Davids, WSG Student Assistant  As we wrap up this last week of National Seafood Month, we are sharing a recipe for grilled Caribbean crab cakes, a delicious dish that doesn’t take too long to make. Blue crab is fairly sustainable depending on its origin and could be ...
  • All Pumped Up: Boaters Set New Record for Protecting Local Waters
    March 29, 2016 Pumpout boats, public education, and collaboration with marinas divert 8 million gallons of onboard sewage to onshore treatment in 2015. In 2014, Pumpout Washington, a joint project of Washington Sea Grant and Washington State Parks, helped divert a record 6 million gallons of raw sew...
  • Seattle Summer Cleanup
    Join Puget Soundkeeper for the third and final cleanup of the Seattle Summer Cleanup, a series of events focused on removing hundreds of pounds of debris from Seattle’s urban waters. On Saturday, August 14th, volunteers will be doing a walking cleanup at the West Seattle Bridge. West Seattle brid...
  • Winter Birding Adventure at Deer Lagoon
    Join Carlos Andersen and Whidbey Audubon in a birding excursion at Deer Lagoon. Meet at 8:30 at the Bayview Park and Ride where we can carpool to the lagoon. There are no bathrooms at the lagoon so please plan appropriately. Spotting scopes are very handy as many of the birds can be at a good distan...
  • Lecture: Trace Your Salmon Back to Bristol Bay
    Join Alaskan photographer Carl Johnson on a visual tour through a region that hosts the world’s greatest sockeye salmon runs. Learn about a way of life that thrives on the 30 to 60 million sockeye that return to Alaska’s Bristol Bay each year. Carl will share images and stories from th...
  • Washington Sea Grant Receives Continued Federal Funding for Aquaculture Collaboratives
    September 22, 2022 The Indigenous Aquaculture Collaborative and West Coast Aquaculture Collaborative are among the projects to receive support for another two years 170 stewards gathered at the Indigenous Aquaculture Collaborative gathering in Hawai’i in February 2020. NOAA Sea Grant is contin...
  • Yellow Rope on the Beach: a webinar for students grades 6-12
    Fragments of yellow rope are washing ashore on beaches in Washington and Oregon. Where did these three-strand braided yellow polypropylene rope pieces come from, and how can this type of marine debris be reduced? Students, join this webinar to find out how yellow rope is used, ways the pieces esc...
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