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  • CANCELED: Crab Team New Volunteer Training – Port Orchard
    **Update: It is with an abundance of caution that the Washington Sea Grant Director has made the decision to cancel this training workshop. We do not want to risk anyone’s health and wellness given the outbreak of the COVID-19 virus in our state. As members of our broader Washington Sea Grant and...
  • Streams of Thought Film Festival
    As part of Whatcom Water Week, Streams of Through Film Festival will feature four films at the Pickford Film Center: Ebb and Flow: Sept. 16, 6:30-8:30pm his film follows 93yr old Jerry (Eiichi) Yamashita’s recounting of the family history to his son Patrick, around a campfire on their shellfish ti...
  • Ocean Seminar Series with Julie Granger
    Julie Granger of University of Connecticut, Dept. of Marine Sciences will be speaking at the UW School of Oceanography Ocean Seminar Series. Coffee, tea, and cookies will be available at 2:15. ...
  • Researchers Document Salmon Diversity Using Ancient DNA
    Researchers Document Salmon Diversity Using Ancient DNA WSU scientists invent novel techniques to tackle a challenging question of genetic history By Max Showalter, WSG Science Communications Fellow Northwestern rivers like the Columbia and Snake were once brimming with salmo...
  • Squid-A-Rama
    Free to the public features art and science activities for all. Art exibition hosted by Des Moines students, live squid and more in the aquaruim, scuba divers in the puget sound, videos , coffee & hot chocolate. Saltys’s Chowder will be available for purchase ...
  • Shellfish and the Environment Research Symposium
    Shellfish & the Environment Research Symposium On December 8, 2014, over 300 people attended a symposium on shellfish and the environment, held in Lacey, Washington. The symposium brought together scientists and other experts to share the latest research and information on shellfish and the envi...
  • Coastal Cafe
    Coastal Cafe   Washington Sea Grant, in partnership with KPTZ 91.9 FM in Port Townsend, WA, produces Coastal Cafe, a science-based radio program focusing on regional marine science news. Coastal Cafe brings the latest in marine science information directly to coastal communities in Was...
  • Seaweed Farming Intensive Training
    Intensive Training for Washington State Seaweed Farmers Note: this one-time event was held February 3-5, 2020. There are currently no plans to offer a second training.   Space for this 3-day in-person training was limited to 30 participants. Applicants must have either a...
  • Under High Water
    Under High Water Washington Sea Grant helps citizens and coastal planners understand what sea-level rise means for their communities Visit Seattle’s Golden Gardens park on a sunny summer day, and you’re likely to find a crowd of happy-go-lucky locals playing on the beach and enjoying the specta...
  • Employment
    Employment Opportunities We welcome applicants for positions as they become available.  Current openings are posted here; for additional openings go to the UW employment page. To check on the status of your application, see the UW Hires website. Washington Sea Grant provides a range of cr...
  • Dammed to Extinction Screening
    Chinook salmon and Southern Resident orca extinction speeds up as the pace of political change in the Pacific Northwest plods along. The status quo upholds the four obsolete dams and their negligible hydropower as required for economic stability. In reality, the lower Snake River dams choke off enda...
  • WSG candidate seminar: Dr. W. Russell Callender
    Please join Washington Sea Grant and the UW College of the Environment for four public seminars presented by candidates for the position of Director of Washington Sea Grant. Each candidate will address the questions: “What does success look like for Washington Sea Grant over the next 5-10 years, a...
  • Lecture: Trace Your Salmon Back to Bristol Bay
    Join Alaskan photographer Carl Johnson on a visual tour through a region that hosts the world’s greatest sockeye salmon runs. Learn about a way of life that thrives on the 30 to 60 million sockeye that return to Alaska’s Bristol Bay each year. Carl will share images and stories from th...
  • Orca Bowl Training Session
    Volunteer for Orca Bowl 2018 Do you enjoy inspiring youth about the ocean? Are you excited about getting more students involved in STEM science and careers? Orca Bowl relies on more than 80 volunteers and dozens of sponsors to make the program a success. Faculty, researchers, graduate students, and ...
  • Apply for Funding
    Funds are available for several WSG programs through through January 31, 2018. For more information, please contact Washington Sea Grant. ...
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