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  • 2021 Volume 1
    2021 Volume 1 Let the trapping begin! June, 2021 This spring had a lot of us reflecting on what our lives were like a year ago. In June 2020, crabbers were in the mud, just as they are now, but how they got there in 2021 looked a lot different. While green c...
  • Building Citizen Science With Volunteers As Partners: Part 2
    2015 was a pilot year for Crab Team monitoring. This is the second of two post in which, Natalie White, an undergraduate in the UW Program on the Environment Capstone Program, shares her work to understand the volunteer experience during our pilot year. In a third post, we’ll fill you in on ho...
  • 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. Skip the...
  • National Invasive Species Awareness Week
    National Invasive Species Awareness Week is a nationwide event occurring in the spring to raise awareness of the threat of invasive species are and what people can do to prevent their spread. Representatives from local, state, and regional organizations gather in Washington, D.C. in late February to...
  • WSG Keystone Fellowship
    Washington Sea Grant Keystone Fellowship Program Fellowship application: CLOSED 2022-23 Host Office: Port of Seattle Tips for writing personal statements, CV’s, and interviewing for Sea Grant fellowships [PDF]   Overview The goal of the Washington Sea Grant Keystone Fellowship ...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • Diesel Engine Troubleshooting Workshop in Port Hadlock
    Washington Sea Grant, The NW School of Wooden Boatbuilding  and WSU Jefferson County Extension are cosponsoring a Diesel Engine Troubleshooting Workshop for commercial fishermen and recreational boaters. The Diesel Engine Troubleshooting workshop will cover troubleshooting and the maintenance of sy...
  • We’ve Got Chemistry! Leveraging Partnerships and the Ocean Acidification Information Exchange to Advance Ocean Acidification and MPA Science
    Join us Wednesday, September 25 at 1 pm US EDT/10 am US PDT/5 pm UTC for a webinar on We’ve Got Chemistry! Leveraging Partnerships and the Ocean Acidification Information Exchange to Advance Ocean Acidification and MPA Science. Presented by: Julianna Mullen of NERACOOS and the OAInfoExchange...
  • 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...
  • 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 ...
  • Coast Guard-Approved First Aid at Sea Workshop in Seattle
    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE March 9, 2020 CONTACTS: Sarah Fisken, 206-543-1225 or sfisken@uw.edu Coast Guard-Approved First Aid at Sea Workshop in Seattle Learn to effectively treat hypothermia, near drowning and other incidents while on the water. April 16, 2020   Washington Sea Grant and Port of ...
  • 40 Years at Padilla Bay!
    Padilla Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve turned 40 this year, and they’d like to take you back to the beginnings. This online presentation will feature photos from the archives, video interviews with current and former staff, and tales of our growth from a team of 3 to the present vibra...
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