2019 Volume 1
2019 Volume 1
The “Team” in Crab Team
June 3, 2019
It’s difficult to believe, but Washington Sea Grant Crab Team has officially launched our fifth year of monitoring. It’s easy for us to reflect on the number of green crab, monitoring...
Orca Bowl Sponsors
Orca Bowl is made possible through the support of UW’s College of the Environment, Washington Sea Grant, NOSB as well as many other generous sponsors. In light of recent federal budget cuts, our fundraising efforts are more critical than ever. By becoming an Orca Bowl/N...
NOAA Science Camp will not be offering in-person programs this year. Learn more at: NOAA Science Camp main page
Junior Leadership Program
As part of NOAA Science Camp, the Junior Leadership Program (JLP) is designed specifically for teens entering 9th–12th grades in the fall of...
Sea Star Recovery; COVID-19 Effects on Fishing Industry
Tune into this online public speaker series coordinated by Northwest Straits Initiative, Whatcom County MRC, and Whatcom Watersheds Information Network.
Melissa Miner, Researcher at UC Santa Cruz will present Pattens in Sea Start Recovery; and
Pete Granger of Working Waterfront Coalition of Whatcom ...
A. Project Oversight and Account Establishment
While Washington Sea Grant (WSG) receives funding from a number of federal and state sources, most of the fiscal resources that support its research program come from NOAA through grants to the University of Washington (UW). For t...
Octopus Adventures: Junior Ecologists
Join Padilla Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve’s monthly online class for kids, Junior Ecologists. This month’s session is focused on octopi. Who doesn’t love an octopus? Meet Padilla Bay’s own Pacific Red octopus, and learn how clever this 8-armed wonder can be.
EarthLab Salon: How We Present Native Knowledge is Environmental Justice
A case for Indigenous storytelling in museums
Part of centering equity and justice in environmental work includes honoring the knowledge and work of communities that disproportionately face environmental harms. This idea comes to bear when we consider the social and ecological harm Indigenous commun...
Honoring Place Training
This is a conversation with the UW Tribal Leadership to discuss pathways to UW land acknowledgement and research partnerships with Tribal nations. We use a tribal government-to-government framework and history to define and breakdown the process. This will be done through the lens of tribal sovereig...
WSG Keystone Fellowship
Washington Sea Grant Keystone Fellowship Program
Fellowship application: NOW CLOSED
Please check back in spring 2022 for information about the next Keystone fellowship cycle
Tips for writing personal statements, CV’s, and interviewing for Sea Grant fellowships [PDF]
Marine Weather Workshop in Port Townsend
Learn to read the weather before you head out on the water.
Washington Sea Grant, WSU Jefferson County Extension and the Port of Port Townsend are sponsoring a Marine Weather Workshop in Port Townsend.
Topics to be covered include weather charts, getting current weather, global winds, waves, atmosph...
Brokering Lane Agreements Between Crabbers and Towboat Operators
Kevin Decker, Coastal Economist
In the late 1970s, conflicts between oceangoing tugs and commercial crabbers became a major problem in Washington, Oregon and California. Crab pots fouled...
River & Ocean Film Festival
The 7th Annual River and Ocean Film Festival will be presented as an online event this year. Starting in mid-September, three streaming episodes will be posted to Washington Sea Grant’s YouTube account for viewing from the comfort of your home, office, or anywhere you happen to be with your...
50 Years of Washington Sea Grant
Updated: Sept 29, 2021
We’re celebrating Washington Sea Grant’s 50th anniversary year with a variety of stories and events
Since its inception, Washington Sea Grant (WSG) has been uniting resources from federal, state and our local universities to provide tools, guidance and services b...
Virtual Beach Seine Adventure
Ever wonder who’s living under the waves in Padilla Bay? Not ready for SCUBA? Join this online program with Padilla Bay staff. You’ll watch from your screen as they take our rowboat out into the eelgrass and pull a net through the water. You’ll help discover who was caught and lear...