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  • Richmond Beach Saltwater Park Bird Walk
    Join Seattle Audubon for a leisurely walk about the Richmond Beach Saltwater Park. We will first walk the main paths and steps in this very scenic park. Then, we’ll return to our cars, grab our spotting scopes, and walk the short distance to the beach for some seabird watching overlooking the Puge...
  • Cool Critters: Giant Pink Sea Star
    June 8, 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 Giant Pink Sea Star! The Giant Pink Sea Star (Pisaster brevispinus) is one of the largest an...
  • Washington Coastal Resilience Project 2016-2018
    Washington Coastal Resilience Project Improving risk communication and leveraging existing programs in Washington State to build capacity and enhance resilience in coastal communities The Washington Coastal Resilience Project was a 3-year effort to rapidly increase the state’s capacit...
  • New Video: Washington Sea Grant Celebrates 50 Years of Service
    December 22, 2021 Take a look back over 50 years in this commemorative video celebrating Washington Sea Grant’s contributions to our state and look forward to another 50 years ahead. ...
  • Coaches/Teams
    Prospective Orca Bowl Coaches and Teams How to Form a Team Orca Bowl teams traditionally consist of teams of four to five high school students (four competitors and one alternate) and an adult coach. Please review NOSB’s eligibility rules below to ensure that your team qualifies to compet...
  • National Seafood Month: Grilled Shrimp Satay
    October 11, 2021 By Lucia Davids, WSG Student Assistant  This week’s feature for National Seafood Month is grilled shrimp satay. If you’re looking to keep things as sustainable as possible in your kitchen, Oregon pink shrimp is highly recommended. As a preparation consideration, let i...
  • Newsletter
    Sea Star Washington Sea Grant publishes a periodic newsletter, Sea Star. Starting with autumn 2015, issues are available web and PDF formats; prior to autumn 2015, only PDFs are available.  Autumn 2022 Web • PDF Winter 2021-22 Web • PDF Fal...
  • Research, education hub on ‘coastal resiliency’ will focus on earthquakes, coastal erosion and climate change
    September 7, 2021 Credit: Oregon State University The National Science Foundation has funded a multi-institutional team including Washington Sea Grant to work on increasing resiliency among Pacific Northwest coastal communities. Led by Oregon State University and the University of Washington, the ne...
  • New Staff: WSG Welcomes Andrea Chateaubriand and Sam Cheplick
    February 28, 2022 We are thrilled to welcome two new staff to the team: Andrea Chateaubriand and Sam Cheplick. Andrea joined WSG in December 2021 as the executive assistant. In this role, she collaborates with the WSG director and leadership team and plays an integral role in managing events, projec...
  • Cool Critters
    April 15, 2021 Welcome to our new Cool Critters Series, where Marine Ecologist Jeff Adams shares the unique features of his favorite marine animals native to the Pacific Northwest! Follow along each week to learn about a new Cool Critter! Information will be shared about the species, such as wher...
  • 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 Port of Seattle Fishermen’s Terminal are cosponsoring a Coast Guard-Approved First Aid at Sea workshop. Topics covered include: CPR Patient assessment Hypothermia and cold water...
  • WSG Student Assistant Abby Rogerson Honored as a Husky 100
    May 26, 2021 We are proud to announce that Abby Rogerson, a student assistant at Washington Sea Grant, has been chosen as a Husky 100 at the University of Washington! The Husky 100 recognizes undergraduate and graduate students who apply what they learn in the classroom to make a difference on campu...
  • Swinomish Receives Funding to Build the First Modern-Day Clam Garden in the U.S.
    November 9, 2021 Federal grants will enable the Tribal Community to revitalize the ancient Indigenous mariculture practice Swinomish Indian Tribal Community bless the site on Kiket Island where they plan to build a clam garden. Photo: Caroline Edwards La Conner, Wash. – In the 1990s, members of ...
  • Cool Critters: Heermann’s Gull
    April 17, 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 Heerrmann Gull!                   Heermann’s Gulls (Larus heermanni) are...
  • Youth Learn Valuable Skills Building Boxes to Demonstrate the Use of Sewage Adapters
    April 13, 2021By Hannah Jeffries, WSG Science Communications Fellow At the beginning of last winter, a group of teenagers in Port Townsend began to learn the basics of woodworking through an unusual means: building boxes to demonstrate how to pumpout sewage from boats. Aaron Barnett, the boating p...
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