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  • California, Oregon and Washington Sea Grants Receive NOAA Funding to Address the Pandemic’s Impacts on the Seafood Industry
    August 30, 2021 Commercial fishing vessels at Fishermen’s Terminal in Seattle. NOAA Sea Grant awarded California, Oregon and Washington Sea Grants $599,988 for a project to help address the economic impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic on the West Coast seafood industry. The project seeks to enha...
  • 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...
  • Paul Dye, WSG Program Strategist, Retires
    March 22, 2021 After more than 30 years of working in the conservation field, Paul Dye, program strategist at Washington Sea Grant (WSG), retired this month. Dye’s work has spanned the protection and restoration of bottomland hardwood forests, subtropical coral reefs, and marine habitats of the Pa...
  • Washington Coast Shellfish Aquaculture Study
    Washington Coast Shellfish Aquaculture Study Willapa Bay and Grays Harbor are known for their ecological integrity, habitat values and water quality despite historic alterations to the bays and their watersheds. They are tremendously important to the conservation of fish, shorebirds a...
  • Aquaculture Federal Funding Opportunity Webinar
    This webinar will give an overview of a new federal funding opportunity called, “Addressing the Impacts of Multiple Stressors on Shellfish Aquaculture through Research/Industry Partnerships” (Funding Opportunity Number: NOAA-OAR-SG-2021-2006704). The webinar will address frequently asked...
  • Marine Parasites on the Rise
    The abundance of a type of worm commonly found in sushi has dramatically increased From the winter 2020–2021 Sea Star print newsletter From warming to acidification and sea level rise, the world’s oceans have undergone a frightening amount of change over the past few decades. In a recen...
  • 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...
  • The 39th OysterFest
    Hosted by the Skookum Rotary Club of Shelton, WA. This event will be virtual in 2021, but there is still plenty of fun in store! ...
  • Logging Change in Puget Sound
    From the winter 2021–2022 Sea Star print newsletter   Researchers use UW vessel logbooks to reconstruct historical groundfish populations The R/V Commando passes through the Montlake Cut. Skipper Tom Oswold Jr. is on the flying bridge and engineer Olaf Rockness is on the bow. Photo: Bob Hitz ...
  • Looking Underwater to Uncover the Marine Environment of Shellfish Aquaculture
    From the winter 2021–2022 Sea Star print newsletter Researchers use Go-Pro cameras to document life beneath the surface on shellfish farms By Hannah Jeffries, WSG Science Communications Fellow Two Go-Pros poised to capture life beneath the surface. Photo: Bridget Ferriss Shellfish growers spend co...
  • Cool Critters: Aquatic Caterpillar
    May 28, 2021 Welcome to our Cool Critters series, where Marine Ecologist Jeff Adams shares the unique features of his favorite marine animals native to the Pacific Northwest. Today’s Cool Critter is the Aquatic Caterpillar! The Aquatic Caterpillar (Petrophila), also known as the Petrophila Moth,...
  • WSG and WDFW Expand Green Crab Trapping on the Washington Coast
    August 30, 2020 In 2016, when invasive European green crabs were first found on San Juan Island, media coverage left a lot of folks on Washington’s coast scratching their heads. Why the sudden concern? After all, green crabs were first detected in Willapa Bay and Grays Harbor several decades ago, ...
  • Coast Guard-Approved First Aid at Sea Workshop in Seattle
    Learn to effectively treat hypothermia, near drowning and other incidents while on the water. Washington Sea Grant and the Port of Seattle Fishermen’s Terminal are cosponsoring a Coast Guard-Approved First Aid at Sea workshop at Fishermen’s Terminal. Topics covered include: CPR Patient assessme...
  • Wooden Boat Festival-canceled
    The 45th Wooden Boat Festival in Port Townsend is the largest wooden boat festival in North America, the place where kids and adults alike experience the magic of getting on the water, the beauty of wooden boats, and the richness of our maritime culture. Learn from the experts, swap stories with fel...
  • Cool Critters: Tiger Beetle
    May 21, 2021 Welcome to our Cool Critters series, where Marine Ecologist Jeff Adams shares the unique features of his favorite marine animals native to the Pacific Northwest. Today’s Cool Critter is the Tiger Beetle! The Tiger Beetle (Cicindelinae) is brilliantly colored and get their name of &#...
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