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  • Seattle Mayoral Forum on Arts and the Environment
    Do you care about arts and the environment? Do you love music and public spaces? Join us to hear Jenny Durkan and Cary Moon tell us how they will ensure Seattle is a healthy, culturally vibrant, and truly livable city for all residents. Moderators: Florangela Davila of Crosscut Brady Piñero Walkins...
  • We Are Puget Sound: Emma Rodriguez Shares Her Love of Puget Sound
    Washington Sea Grant is a proud sponsor of We Are Puget Sound: Discovering & Recovering the Salish Sea, a new book by David L. Workman, Leonard Forsman, Mindy Roberts and Brian J. Cantwell from Braided River (an imprint of Mountaineers Books). The following profile is an excerpt from the book. ...
  • Single Green Crab Found During Follow-Up Assessment on Whidbey Island
    June 11, 2018 Last week, WSG Crab Team spent three full days in the mud at Lagoon Point on Whidbey Island. After two European green crab were discovered there last year, one during regular volunteer monitoring and a second during the subsequent rapid assessment, Crab Team HQ decided another multi-da...
  • Beach Walk FAQs
    Beach Walk FAQs What’s a “beach walk”? A beach walk is also called a “beach exploration” — a chance to explore a bit of Salish Sea shoreline and the amazing creatures that inhabit it, guided by a professional naturalist or tra...
  • Green Crab Trapping Resumes in the Salish Sea
    May 13, 2019 The return of spring means trapping season for green crab is now under way. In April, WSG Crab Team resumed early detection trapping across the monitoring network along Washington’s inland shorelines. We’re pleased to share that Crab Team has received funding to continue thi...
  • Washington Coast Shellfish Aquaculture Study
    Washington Coast Shellfish Aquaculture Study Willapa Bay and Grays Harbor are known for their ecological integrity, habitat values and water quality despite historic alterations to the bays and their watersheds. They are tremendously important to the conservation of fish, shorebirds a...
  • 1940
    Major anthropogenic physical disturbances   South Jetty Grays Harbor reconstructed.   Columbia River: 79 more pile dikes completed.   ...
  • Widening the Search for European Green Crab in the Strait of Juan de Fuca
    July 20, 2017 Trapping to remove invasive European green crab from Dungeness Spit National Wildlife Refuge is in its 15th week since the initial discovery of four individuals during April of this year. As of last Friday, partners with US Fish and Wildlife Service (UWFWS) and Washington Department of...
  • 1936
    major anthropogenic physical disturbance   Columbia River: South Jetty reconstruction completed, 1 kilometer shorter than length in 1913 (Hickson and Rodolf 1950) ...
  • CANCELED: Iverson Spit Preserve Walk
    Join the Friends of Camano Island Parks for a walk at Iverson Spit. Iverson Spit is accessed from East Camano Drive via Russell Road east to Sunrise road then south to Iverson Beach Road. Follow Iverson Beach Road east down to the beach area and drive north to the end. After a short level mile walk ...
  • 2019
    major anthropogenic physical disturbance    Columbia River: rehabilitation of South Jetty commenced ...
  • Session I: Tribal Climate Change Policy
    Join Session I of the National Tribal Leadership Climate Change Summit on Tribal Climate Change Policy. The Summit is hosted by the Affiliated Tribes of NW Indians (ATNI), National Congress of American Indians (ATNI), United South and Eastern Tribes (USET), and Pacific Northwest Tribes. Session I wi...
  • Media Releases
    Media Releases 2022 Community Science Volunteers Discover Invasive European Green Crab in Hood Canal, May 19 Sea Safety and Survival Training in Gig Harbor, May 11 Diesel Engine and Marine Wiring Workshops in Port Hadlock, May 10 Washington Clean Vessel Act Program Expands ...
  • Prevalence and Virulence of Sea Star Wasting Syndrome along the Washington Coast
    SEA STAR WASTING SYNDROME IN WASHINGTON Prevalence and Virulence of Sea Star Wasting Syndrome along the Washington Coast With funding from Washington Sea Grant and the National Science Foundation, researchers are surveying intertidal and nearshore areas of the coastline to monitor sea star ...
  • Friday Harbor Labs: A Marine Biology Student’s Dream Educational Experience
    From the autumn 2019 Sea Star print newsletter By Helen Kesting, guest student writer The author tasting a piece of seaweed. It was surprisingly spicy! Photo: Sanna Titus Just 50 miles away from Seattle as the crow flies, the University of Washington runs a marine field station on San Juan Island ca...
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