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  • Sea Safety and Survival Workshop in Gig Harbor Tuesday May 14
    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE March 27, 2019 CONTACT: Sarah Fisken, 206-543-1225 or sfisken@uw.edu Sea Safety and Survival Workshop in Gig Harbor Learn emergency drills for commercial fishing vessels Tuesday, May 14 Washington Sea Grant and the Gig Harbor BoatShop at Eddon Boatyard are cosponsoring a Sea ...

  • FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE March 27, 2019 CONTACT: Sarah Fisken, 206-543-1225 or sfisken@uw.edu Sea Safety and Survival Workshop in Gig Harbor Learn emergency drills for commercial fishing vessels Tuesday, May 14 Washington Sea Grant and the Gig Harbor BoatShop at Eddon Boatyard are cosponsoring a Sea Sa...
  • Marine Debris Can Ruin A Day on the Water
    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE June 2, 2020  CONTACTS: Aaron Barnett, Boating Operations Specialist (206) 853-6991 or at aaronb5@u.washington.edu or MaryAnn Wagner, WSG Communications maryannb@uw.edu Marine Debris Can Ruin A Day on the Water Boaters are the front line in keeping Washington’s waters safe ...
  • Green Shores Level 2 Workshop
    Are you a shoreline professional interested in implementing Green Shores for a shoreline improvement, new design or development or other shoreline project? This two-day workshop provides participants with in-depth knowledge about how the Green Shores credit and rating systems can be used in shorelin...
  • Fishing for the Triple Bottom Line: Profit, Planet — And People
    October 17, 2019 A school of Pacific herring. Fisheries managers typically strive to strike a delicate balance between two, often competing, types of needs: the needs for fishermen’s profits and the needs for the planet. But in 1994, entrepreneur John Elkington posited that true sustainability req...
  • Orca Bowl: A Gateway to a World of Water
      The dryland underdogs in this year’s high school ocean-sciences tournament beat the odds with upbeat attitude. “We live in a world of water,” Dean Lisa Graumlich proclaimed, welcoming high school students, teachers, families and fans, together with UW scientists and other volunteers, to...
  • Volunteer Voices: The Discovery of a European Green Crab on San Juan Island
    October 18, 2016 You’ve heard a lot from us about sightings of the European green crabs that have occurred over the past two months. But we thought you would enjoy hearing about the experience of the first discovery from the Crab Team volunteers who made it. Craig Staude captains the group of ...
  • Expanding Opportunities for Students Through Fellowships
    The new Keystone Fellowship and Undergraduate Science Communications Fellowships aim to reach a broader and more diverse group of students and recent graduates From the spring 2020 Sea Star print newsletter By Bobbie Buzzell, WSG Science Communications Fellow “For over 40 years, Washingto...
  • Sustainable Seafood Series: Masala Butterfish
    August 9, 2022 By Olivia Horwedel, WSG Science Communications Fellow This week, we are cooking a masala butterfish recipe from Seattle-based chef, Kausar Ahmed.  Ahmed is the author of the award-winning cookbook, The Karachi Kitchen. This recipe not only showcases brilliant flavors from Pakis...
  • Maritime Discovery Schools Initiative
    Maritime Discovery Schools Initiative Sarah Rubenstein and Kelley Watson, Port Townsend School District; Jack Beattie and Nancy Israel, Northwest Maritime Center; Betsy Davis, Northwest School of Wooden Boatbuilding; Kathryn Karschney, Karschney Consulting; Janine Boire, Port Townsend Marine Science...
  • Washington Sea Grant Receives Federal Funding to Track Aquaculture Production
    January 27, 2021 National Sea Grant awarded $4.7 million total to strengthen the economics of the U.S. aquaculture industry  Workers for the Jolly Roger Oyster Company harvest oysters buried in the muddy bottom of Willapa Bay in Washington. Washington Sea Grant (WSG) has been awarded $376,990 in f...
  • Seaweed Farming Intensive Training Helps Kickstart a New Local Industry
    February 20, 2020 Hood Canal Mariculture farm manager Charlie Delius explains seaweed growing techniques during the Intensive Training. There has been a lot of recent interest in kickstarting a seaweed industry in Washington. But is it currently possible? If you want to become a kelp farmer, where d...
  • How the Elwha Dam Removals Changed the River’s Mouth
    January 18, 2018 Read in UW News For decades, resource managers agreed that removing the two dams on the Elwha River would be a big win for the watershed as a whole and, in particular, for its anadromous trout and salmon. The dams sat on the river for more than 100 years, trapping approximately 30 m...
  • Carbon comes home
    Carbon Comes Home How a serendipitous connection led ocean acidification researchers to an island farm Back in the early 2000s, Washington State was ground zero for ocean acidification,” Meg Chadsey, ocean acidification specialist at Washington Sea Grant (WSG), says. “Fossil fuel emissi...
  • Summer 2016
    Summer 2016 Crab Team Grows in 2016! May 11th, 2016 The Crab Team was very busy over the winter gearing up for major growth. We logged a lot of miles cruising all over Puget Sound, the Strait, and the San Juan Islands to peruse shoreline, and get the word o...
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