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  • Online Training: Oil Spill Awareness and Response Support
    Join Seattle Audubon for an online training: Oil Spill Awareness and Response Support.  Each year, over 20 billion gallons of oil and other hazardous chemicals are transported in Puget sound. Trained volunteers can support spill response and assessment. Volunteers from diverse organizations will...
  • Pacific Currents: A New Online Magazine Covering Sea Grant Programs Across the Region
    March 22, 2021 We are thrilled to announce Pacific Currents, an online magazine to share stories about the communities and initiatives of Sea Grant programs across the region. Each month, we’ll publish work from Alaska, Washington, Oregon, California, Hawaii and Guam. A few highlights from t...
  • Online – Teaching Climate Change & Ocean Acidification
    An Online Professional Development Workshop for Middle and High School Teachers, offered by Padilla Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve 10 hours: Wednesday June 24 and Friday, June 26, 9:00-11:30 and 1:00-3:30 Participants in this workshop will: • Gain knowledge of climate change and ocean a...
  • Online 2020 Summer Beach Walk
    Join the Port Townsend Marine Science Center (remotely) for a series of online streaming Low Tide Walk events! Instead of the usual public programs, they’re going to be hosting a social-distancing friendly version. You can participate from home via social media during the scheduled event time,...
  • Online – Teaching Climate Change & Ocean Acidification
    An Online Professional Development Workshop for Middle and High School Teachers, offered by Padilla Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve 10 hours: Wednesday June 24 and Friday, June 26, 9:00-11:30 and 1:00-3:30 Participants in this workshop will: • Gain knowledge of climate change and ocean a...
  • Videos of First WSG Shellfish Study Workshop Now Available Online
    December 17, 2019 A ghost shrimp in Willapa Bay Willapa Bay and Grays Harbor are home to some of the most productive oyster farms in the country, but in recent years these estuaries have been plagued by an active burrowing shrimp population that threatens much of coastal Washington’s oyster ground...
  • NOAA Science Camp
    NOAA Science Camp NOAA Science Camp 2021 will be offering access to online virtual experiences this summer. There will be no in-person programs this year. This July, we are offering two (2) weeks of daily virtual activities to keep middle and high school students connected with NOAA and eng...
  • CANCELLED: Super Saturday
    SEA Discover Center hosts story time, engaging hands-on activities, a craft and view of the aquarium for families interested in marine life! Check out some of the upcoming session themes:   Saturday, February 8, 2020- The Wonder of Whales Saturday, March 14, 2020- Echinoderms Saturday, April 11...
  • Super Sea Stars: Mini Explorers
    Learn about sea stars and their prickly relatives at the Padilla Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve. Come meet live sea stars from our aquariums and learn all about their wanderful ways during this free event. Mini Explorers are the 3-5 year old learners. We look at a new topic each month, with...
  • 2021 Volume 2
    2021 Volume 2 Five Years Later November, 2021 It’s been a little over five years since the first capture of invasive European green crab along Washington’s inland shorelines. As we look back at how much we’ve learned since this capture, we ...
  • Who Brings Your Seafood to You? An Interview with Dave Sones
    October 2, 2021 By James Lee, Science Communications Fellow Dave Sones is a fisherman and a member of the Makah Nation at Neah Bay. He’s been fishing since 1972, when he was 12 years old. As a young man, he worked at the Ozette Archaeological Site as an interpreter; later, he became fisheries ma...
  • 2018 Volume 2
    2018 Volume 2 Summertime Crabbing September 7, 2018 WSG Crab Team first piloted its monitoring protocols in August 2015, when 30 volunteers monitored 7 sites. This year, the program has grown to have 200 volunteers and 25 staff from partner agencies and area...
  • 2019 Volume 1
    2019 Volume 1 The “Team” in Crab Team June 3, 2019 It’s difficult to believe, but Washington Sea Grant Crab Team has officially launched our fifth year of monitoring. It’s easy for us to reflect on the number of green crab, monitoring...
  • Protocol in Focus: What Happens to My Data?
    November 21, 2017 One strength of the Crab Team protocol is that it enables us to confidently compare findings among sites, and track changes over time – even if different people are doing the sampling. With sampling on this scale, even the small steps can be important to what we learn from the da...
  • 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...
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