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  • To See a World in an Oyster’s Shell
    To See a World in an Oyster’s Shell  WSG Social Scientist Melissa Poe shows how shellfish are central to tribal harvesters’ sense of being and belonging. By Lauren Drakopulos, WSG Science Communications Fellow   Sense of place is something we’ve all experienced, ...
  • WSG candidate seminar: Dr. Andrea Copping – TO BE RESCHEDULED
    Please join Washington Sea Grant and the UW College of the Environment for the first of four public seminars presented by candidates for the position of Director of Washington Sea Grant. Each candidate will address the questions: “What does success look like for Washington Sea Grant over the next ...
  • Washington Coast Shellfish Aquaculture Study Workshop 1
    Workshop 1 – Washington Coast Shellfish Aquaculture Study Information Needs The goals of Workshop 1 were to: (1) advance a shared understanding among scientists, resource managers and shellfish farmers of how the ecosystems of Willapa Bay and Grays Harbor function, wit...
  • Eastern Washington Marinas Takes Big Steps to Prevent Small Oil Spills in Lakes
    August 17, 2017 Evening at a Lake Chelan marina. Washington Sea Grant expands its clean marina and small oil spill prevention programs on Lake Chelan   Head down to Lake Chelan on a hot summer day, and its vast surface will be speckled with jet skis and motor boats. The locals all know there’s no...
  • CANCELED: First Aid At Sea Course – Bellingham
    It is with an abundance of caution that the director of Washington Sea Grant has decided to cancel this event. Washington Sea Grant does not want to risk anyone’s health and wellness given the outbreak of the COVID-19 virus in our state. Current information regarding the University’s communicati...
  • Green Crab Trappers Get Skunked at Pysht
    July 17, 2019 Lora Burke and Gillian Elofson, interns with the Lower Elwha Klallam Tribe loaded up with traps and ready to put their new waders to good use, and Chelsey Buffington (center), WDFW technician, prepare to head out on the mud. Photo: Emily Grason. Drenched and muddy, but greatly relieved...
  • New Video: Swinomish Community Visits a Clam Garden
    April 28, 2021 “Our coast Salish people had methods of cultivating the natural environment to support the ecosystems but also to feed the people,” says Alana Quintasket, senator for the Swinomish Indian Tribal Community. “And a clam garden is one example of that.” However, cl...
  • Looking Back on 50 Years: Robyn Ricks Turns Science Into Art
    In honor of the 50th anniversary of Washington Sea Grant, we’re sharing reflections from current and former longtime staff about their work. Robyn Ricks has shaped how the outside world sees Washington Sea Grant for over two decades. As the program’s creative director, Ricks designs communicatio...
  • Lessons for Washington from the Japan Earthquake and Tsunami of 2011
    January 15, 2020 It is hard to comprehend the scale of damage that resulted from the 2011 Japanese tsunami. Entire forests, neighborhoods and even towns were washed away. It caused the worst nuclear accident since Chernobyl. Overall, almost 20,000 people were proclaimed dead or missing. More than ei...
  • Looking Back on 50 Years: Jeff Adams, A Naturalist at Heart Who Brings Marine Science to the Community
    In honor of the 50th anniversary of Washington Sea Grant, we’re sharing reflections from current and former longtime staff about their work. By Grace Freeman, WSG Science Communications Fellow Photo: Vashon Nature Center In the 15 years that marine ecologist Jeff Adams has worked at Washington...
  • Padilla Bay: In It For The Long Haul
    August 23, 2021 August 30 of this year will mark the fifth anniversary of the first confirmed detection of invasive European green crab along the inland shorelines of Washington which occurred on San Juan Island. Three weeks later, the region will hit the same milestone for the second confirmed dete...
  • UW Aquatic Science Open House
    Are you inspired by watery worlds? Do you like discovery and exploration? Have you ever wondered what an aquatic scientist does all day? Come join us for a family-friendly afternoon of hands-on learning at our UW Aquatic Science Open House, a celebration of work and research that relates to wate...
  • Crab Team Training Workshop (FULL)
    This event has filled to capacity. We invite you to our remaining 2017 trainings in Blyn (3/31) or Port Townsend (3/20).  Interested in becoming a Crab Team volunteer monitor to help protect pocket estuaries in north Puget Sound? This full-day training workshop will fully equip you to be our &...
  • Environmental DNA (Part 2): A Cautionary Carp Tale
    March 3, 2022 This is the second in a series of posts sharing new research on the use of environmental DNA (eDNA) in detection of green crabs. For our introduction to eDNA, check out the previous post. Collaborator Ryan Kelly shows just how easy sample collection is for eDNA assays at a site on Vash...
  • Research Partnership Studies Marine Life Around Puget Sound Aquaculture Beds
    April 23, 2019 How does shellfish aquaculture interact with Puget Sound’s marine life? A collaborative research partnership between Washington Sea Grant, The Nature Conservancy, NOAA, the Jamestown S’Klallam tribe, and local shellfish growers hopes to find out. Using mounted cameras, the...
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