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  • Communicating across borders to restore the Salish Sea
    Finding Common Ground Communicating across borders to restore the Salish Sea Tribal and non-tribal students co-create digital stories regarding topics such as tribal sovereignty, fishery treaty rights, and tribally-led environmental restoration. Principal Investigator Patrick...
  • Crab Catch Reports Due
    Crabbers can submit summer catch record cards to WDFW by mail at CRC Unit, 600 Capitol Way N., Olympia, WA 98501-1091. They can also report their catch online at http://wdfw.wa.gov/fishing/shellfish/crab/ from Sept. 6 through Oct. 1. ...
  • WSG Keystone Fellowship
    Washington Sea Grant Keystone Fellowship Program Fellowship application: NOW CLOSED Please check back in summer 2021 for information about the next Keystone fellowship cycle   Overview The goal of the Washington Sea Grant Keystone Fellowship program is to broaden participation in ma...
  • Witness King Tides — Visualizing Climate Change in Your Community
    November 7, 2016 Extreme high tides, known as King Tides, are a dramatic feature of Washington winters, that occur when the moon comes closest to earth. King Tides don’t result from climate change, but these high-water events provide a spectacular shoreside show and a sneak preview of wha...
  • The Seventh Annual River and Ocean Film Festival Postponed
    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE March 17, 2020                                                 CONTACTS: Ian Miller, 360-417-6460 or immiller@uw.edu                        MaryAnn Wagner, 206-616-6353 or maryannb@uw.edu The Seventh Annual Ri...
  • 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 ...
  • 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. Regist...
  • 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...
  • Effects of Waterfront Stormwater Solution Prototypes on Water Quality Runoff
    Prototype stormwater solutions for waterfront Effects of Waterfront Stormwater Solution Prototypes on Water Quality Runoff Researchers are designing and constructing an innovative, multifunctional stormwater treatment system that may significantly reduce pollution and serve as a model for ...
  • Sea Safety and Survival Workshop in Gig Harbor
    Learn emergency drills for commercial fishing vessels Washington Sea Grant and the Gig Harbor BoatShop at Eddon Boatyard are cosponsoring a Sea Safety and Survival (Drill Instructor) course for commercial fishermen and charter boat operators. This Coast Guard-approved course meets the training requi...
  • Harmful Algal Blooms
    Harmful Algal Blooms Several species of single-celled algae growing in Washington produce potent toxins that can poison marine animals or become concentrated in shellfish and sicken, even kill, humans who eat them. Even when they don’t harm humans, toxic blooms can force costly shutdowns ...
  • Marine Life
    Marine Life Washington’s waters are home to an extraordinary community of marine plants and animals, including legendary salmon runs and three pods of resident killer whales. The world’s largest octopus, starfish, moon snail, and burrowing clam all reside in Washington. But the region...
  • King Tide Event – Port Townsend
    Witness Washington’s Highest Tide of Year Join coastal experts at the King Tide Viewing Party. November 18 at the Northwest Maritime Center. Each winter, king tides—the highest tides of the year—offer a spectacular shoreside show and a sneak preview of what rising sea levels will mean in year...
  • Washington Coast Marine Spatial Plan Released for Public Comment
    November 7, 2017 Five years ago, the state legislature allocated funding for the development of a marine spatial plan (MSP) for Washington’s coast. A MSP is a public process of analyzing and allocating the spatial and temporal distribution of human activities in marine environments to achieve ecol...
  • Privacy and the EU GDPR
    Privacy and the EU GDPR By choosing to continue to use this UW website, you agree to the collection and use of personal and non-personal information as described in the University of Washington Online Privacy Statement. Applicable laws—like the European Union’s General Data Protection...
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