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  • Northwest Fisheries Science Center Watershed Open House
    The Watershed Program at the Northwest Fisheries Science Center is hosting its free biennial Open House at NOAA’s Western Regional Center in Seattle. We will present our completed and on-going scientific research during two sessions: Life-cycle Modelling and Research, and Monitoring and Manage...
  • June 2022 drill instructor training
    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE May 13, 2022 CONTACT: Sarah Fisken, Washington Sea Grant: sfisken@uw.edu or 206-543-1225  Sea Safety and Survival Training in Gig Harbor Learn the skills to become a drill instructor on commercial fishing vessels Washington Sea Grant and the Gig Harbor Boat Shop are cosponsor...
  • Marine Weather Workshop Port Angeles November 2022
    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE October 12, 2022 CONTACT: Sarah Fisken, Washington Sea Grant: sfisken@uw.edu or 206-543-1225  Marine Weather Workshop in Port Angeles Learn to read the weather before you head out on the water Washington Sea Grant and the Port Angeles Yacht Club are co-sponsoring a Marine W...
  • 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...
  • The Mountain-Moving “Mosquito” of Ocean Acidification
    The Mountain-Moving “Mosquito” of Ocean Acidification Washington Sea Grant’s Meg Chadsey proves the power of one to mobilize action on a very big issue. The Journal of Irreproducible Results once published a paper calculating how quickly the Pacific and Atlantic coasts ...
  • Witness King Tides — Visualizing Climate Change in Your Community
    November 7, 2016 Extreme high tides, known as King Tides, are a dramatic feature of Washington winters, that occur when the moon comes closest to earth. King Tides don’t result from climate change, but these high-water events provide a spectacular shoreside show and a sneak preview of wha...
  • Crab Catch Reports Due
    Crabbers can submit summer catch record cards to WDFW by mail at CRC Unit, 600 Capitol Way N., Olympia, WA 98501-1091. They can also report their catch online at http://wdfw.wa.gov/fishing/shellfish/crab/ from Sept. 6 through Oct. 1. ...
  • Preventing Spills in the San Juans
    Preventing Spills in the San Juans By Elizabeth Phillips WSG Science Communications Fellow  “This is a boating mecca,” says Washington Sea Grant (WSG) boating specialist Aaron Barnett as he surveys the Friday Harbor Marina during a warm summer day i...
  • Cruisin’ the Fossil Coastline: Ray Troll Exhibit Opening
    The Burke Museum will host a live virtual celebration of Ray Troll’s Cruisin’ the Fossil Coastline exhibit on December 4, and we want you to be there. This online event will include a peek into the gallery, a presentation with artist Ray Troll and Kirk Johnson, Sant Director of the Smi...
  • Crabber/Towboat Lane Agreement
    Crabber/Towboat Lane Agreement Meetings are held twice per year on the 2nd Friday in November and March in Astoria, OR. Notice: Towlanes were updated on November 1, 2019. If you are using maps prior to that date you will need to download the most recent version. Subscribe to the Crabber/To...
  • Strategies for Successful Research to Application Projects
    This online webinar is part of the OneNOAA Science Seminar Series. Title: Strategies for Successful Research to Application Projects: A Case Study of the National Sea Grant College Program Abstract: As coastal landscapes change, management professionals are working hard to transition research result...
  • Exploration of Dungeness Watershed
    Take a virtual tour through the different zones of the watershed and get to know our local flora and fauna with the Dungeness River Audubon Center. This course will  introduce students to some of the different challenges that our watershed faces, and will look at current restoration projects, as we...
  • Marine Life
    Marine Life Washington’s waters are home to an extraordinary community of marine plants and animals, including legendary salmon runs and three pods of resident killer whales. The world’s largest octopus, starfish, moon snail, and burrowing clam all reside in Washington. But the region...
  • 2022 Conference for Shellfish Growers
    March 7, 2022 from 9 a.m to 5 p.m Registration is free but required prior to the event. Registration required: Register Online When meeting capacity is achieved, registrations will no longer be taken. Draft Agenda: Heatwave impacts, consequences and relief COVID 19 pandemic impacts Shellfish mortal...
  • Harmful Algal Blooms
    Harmful Algal Blooms Several species of single-celled algae growing in Washington produce potent toxins that can poison marine animals or become concentrated in shellfish and sicken, even kill, humans who eat them. Even when they don’t harm humans, toxic blooms can force costly shutdowns ...
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