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...
Washington Sea Grant Offers a Marine Weather Workshop
Learn to read the weather before you head out on the water.
Washington Sea Grant is sponsoring a Marine Weather Workshop at Fishermen’s Terminal in Seattle.
Topics to be covered include:
The relationships of atmospheric pressure and wind
Determining the path and speed of squalls
The strong wind s...
UW SAFS – Bevan Series Webinars
The Bevan Series is a popular annual event held one quarter each year, usually in the format of 10 weekly seminars, and on occasion as a two-day symposium. The series features internationally recognized experts seeking to examine current issues affecting fisheries and marine conserv...
Marine Wiring Workshop in Port Hadlock
Commercial fishermen and recreational boaters: learn to safely wire your boats
Washington Sea Grant, WSU Jefferson County Extension and the Northwest School of Wooden Boatbuilding are co-sponsoring a marine wiring workshop for commercial fishermen and recreational boaters.
The Marine Wiring worksh...
June 8, 2020; Updated March 19, 2021
As said in our statement of solidarity with the Black community and our statement of solidarity with the AAPI community, as individuals and as an organization we are working to identify how we have participated in the systemic rac...
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...
NW Workshop on Bivalve Aquaculture and the Environment: Agenda
NW Workshop on Bivalve Aquaculture and the Environment
Talaris Conference Center
4000 NE 41st Street
Seattle, WA 98105
Note: The materials available on this page (PDFs) were presented by speakers at the Northwest Workshop on Bivalve Aquaculture and the Environment at Talaris Conferenc...
Coast Guard-Approved First Aid at Sea Workshop in Gig Harbor
Learn to effectively treat hypothermia, near drowning and other incidents while on the water.
Washington Sea Grant and the Gig Harbor BoatShop at Eddon Boatyard are cosponsoring a Coast Guard-Approved First Aid at Sea workshop.
Topics covered include:
Hypothermia and cold wat...
Discover Science Weekend at the Seattle Aquarium
Bring the family to explore science together through exciting interactive experiments and presentations. Meet scientists and researchers from the Aquarium as well as other organizations in the community to learn about current projects, as well as why and how the research is being conducted.
Washington Sea Grant provides competitive and noncompetitive funding opportunities for researchers who seek to address questions about our oceans, coastlines, and coastal communities. Projects frequently involve collaboration among scientists from both public and private agencies....
Director’s Note: Marine Resources for the COVID-19 Pandemic
April 17, 2020
Russell Callender, WSG Director
As we continue down this unprecedented journey together, I wanted to update you on some of the activities that Washington Sea Grant is doing to support the people of Washington and the greater Pacific Northwest during this time.
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...
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...