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  • 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 &#...
  • 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 Back on 50 Years: 1980s Training in Seafood Handling
     June 8, 2021 In honor of the 50th anniversary of Washington Sea Grant and National Seafood Month, we’re digging through our photo archive to share moments from our program’s history. Here is a photo from a WSG seafood handling workshop, circa 1980. WSG helps Washington tribal and co...
  • UW Grad Announced as Finalist for the 2022 John A. Knauss Marine Policy Fellowship Program
    July 21, 2021 We are pleased to announce that recent University of Washington (UW) graduate Alanna Greene was selected as a finalist for the 2022 class of the prestigious John A. Knauss Marine Policy Fellowship program. Since 1979, the National Sea Grant College Program has provided one-year fellows...
  • National Seafood Month: Grilled Lemon Parsley Cod
    October 4, 2021 By Lucia Davids, WSG Student Assistant  This week for National Seafood Month, we’ll be indulging in grilled lemon parsley cod. Pacific cod in particular is a good sustainable seafood choice at the moment, especially cod certified by the Marine Stewardship Council. As a prepar...
  • 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! ...
  • Debris from Shellfish Aquaculture Finds New Life as Crab Gauges
    From the Autumn 2022 Sea Star Washington Sea Grant supported an innovative pilot project repurposing marine debris, transforming it into a useful tool for recreational crabbers By Benjamin Haagen, WSG Science Communications Fellow Aaron Barnett of WSG, center, with a team from Western Washington Uni...
  • Sam Cheplick
    Sam Cheplick Socioeconomic Environmental Outreach Coordinator Expertise Shellfish mariculture Seafood markets Fisheries economics Coastal ecology Ecosystem services Human dimensions Sam completed his master’s degree in environmental science from Clemson University in De...
  • Looking Back on 50 Years: WSG Safety Training
    May 14, 2021 In honor of the 50th anniversary of Washington Sea Grant, we’re digging through our photo archive to share moments from our program’s history throughout the coming year. Here is a photo from 1979 of one of WSG’s marine safety and first aid trainings, where the participants ...
  • Cool Critters: Opalescent Squid
    June 25, 2021 Welcome to our Cool Critters series, where Marine Ecologist Jeff Adams shares the unique features of his favorite animals native to the Pacific Northwest. To wrap up Cephalopod Week, today’s Cool Critter is the Opalescent Squid! The opalescent or market squid (Doryteuthis opalescen...
  • New Harmful Algal Bloom Research and Monitoring Initiative will Focus on Recently-Identified Culprits Behind Shellfish Mortality Events
    October 27, 2021 With funding from the NOAA National Centers for Coastal Ocean Science, researchers from Washington Sea Grant, the Northwest Indian College and Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife will study shellfish-killing toxins Over the last few decades, shellfish farms and natural shell...
  • National Seafood Month: Grilled Caribbean Crab Cakes
    October 25, 2021 By Lucia Davids, WSG Student Assistant  As we wrap up this last week of National Seafood Month, we are sharing a recipe for grilled Caribbean crab cakes, a delicious dish that doesn’t take too long to make. Blue crab is fairly sustainable depending on its origin and could be ...
  • In the Nick of time? An early detection and rapid assessment in Hood Canal
    June 8, 2022 The amazing volunteers who make up Washington Sea Grant’s Crab Team have done it again, detecting a basketful of green crabs before they became a truckload. Part of what makes this event particularly significant is that it’s in Hood Canal, a basin of the Salish Sea where green crabs...
  • 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...
  • 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...
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