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  • Tides & Currents – Virtual Class
    Tides and currents are a huge part of boating in the Salish Sea. Knowing the forces at work, the resources available and the boat skills needed to safely operate is paramount to a successful on-the-water adventure. Kayak, inflatable, sailboat, or powerboat—all are affected by the rise and fall of ...
  • Kelp Aquaculture
    Meg Chadsey, Ocean Acidification Specialist Interest in macroalgae aquaculture is growing. Kelp and other seaweeds can be grown for food, animal feed, organic fertilizer, biofuels and other sustainable products. In Washington State, kelp aquaculture grew out of ocean acidific...
  • Tides & Currents – Virtual Class
    Tides and currents are a huge part of boating in the Salish Sea. Knowing the forces at work, the resources available and the boat skills needed to safely operate is paramount to a successful on-the-water adventure. Kayak, inflatable, sailboat, or powerboat—all are affected by the rise and fall of ...
  • Literature of the Sea Seminar
    Mystic Seaport Museum is proud to present a new program, the “Literature of the Sea Seminar,” designed for readers, writers, and thinkers of any age, from late high school to seniors. Over Zoom, a small group will meet for one hour per week for three weeks to discuss the book Whale Rider by Wi...
  • Searching for European Green Crab: Camano Sound Water Stewards
    Photo: Emily Grason Jeff Adams will be presenting information on the European green crab monitoring at a public meeting of the Camano Sound Water Stewards. Be part of the Crab Team! The Crab Team was created in response to a Washington Department of Fish & Wildlife (WDFW) mandate to monitor f...
  • Literature of the Sea Seminar
    Mystic Seaport Museum is proud to present a new program, the “Literature of the Sea Seminar,” designed for readers, writers, and thinkers of any age, from late high school to seniors. Over Zoom, a small group will meet for one hour per week for three weeks to discuss the book Whale Rider by Wi...
  • New Crab Team Volunteer Orientation (*virtual*)
    This year, we’re bringing on a small number of new volunteers to meet targeted needs of sites within our current 55-site network. No prior experience is necessary, but all participants must be at least 16 years old. We invite you to read about what it’s like to be Boots in the Mud with ...
  • Washington Boating Alliance Meeting
    The Washington Boating Alliance September meeting features Melissa Ferris from the Washington Department of Natural Resources. Melissa will make a presentation on Washington’s Derelict Vessel Program, highlighting changes and possibly some encouraging numbers. Further information will be avail...
  • Small Spills, Big Problems, Sound Solutions
    July 25, 2016 To paraphrase an old saying, “There’s no use crying over spilled oil.” Yet many are concerned with oil pollution in Puget Sound and in the San Juan Islands. What people don’t realize is that the biggest source of spills so far in the region has not been tankers and freighters, ...
  • Ecology and Economics of Shellfish Aquaculture
    Ecology and economics of shellfish aquaculture Ecology and Economics of Shellfish Aquaculture in Washington State In 2013, the Washington State Legislature directed and funded WSG to initiate a shellfish aquaculture research program. The purpose of the program is to assess possible negative and posi...
  • The Whale Museum’s Virtual Workshop: Species in the Spotlight
    The Whale Museum is holding a virtual “Species in the Spotlight” workshop in partnership with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. Taking place the weekend of Feb. 10-12, the intent is to learn about the species highlighted by NOAA that are most likely going to go extinct in the ...
  • 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 ...
  • 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 ...
  • Cama to Camano Island Winter Walk
    Join the Friends of Camano Island Parks for a Winter Walk. Meet the Ivy Road and Dry Lake road junction. You can access Dry Lake Road from Elger Bay Road or Monticello Road. Walk from the Cama trailhead to the south beach of Camano Island State Park enjoying the downhill and level terrain with great...
  • Crab Team New Volunteer Training – Port Townsend
    Interested in becoming a Crab Team volunteer monitor to help protect pocket estuaries in Washington’s Salish Sea? This full-day training workshop will fully equip you to join Crab Team’s “Boots in the Mud” – no prior experience necessary. The workshop will include: An...
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