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  • Invasive Green Crab Found at Dungeness Spit
    (Photo: European Green Crab found at Dungeness Spit, Sequim, April 2017. Photo by Allen Pleus, Washington Department of Fish & Wildlife)     April 26, 2017 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Sequim, WA — A new population of invasive European green crab has been found at Dungeness Spit, near Sequim, ...
  • Washington Coastal Hazards Resilience Network Launches New and Improved Website
    March 3, 2020 Seattle, WA — Washington Sea Grant and the Washington Department of Ecology, along with other partners, have collaborated to launch a new and improved website for the Coastal Hazards Resilience Network (CHRN). This website and associated interactive map offer users a way to learn ab...
  • New staff: WSG welcomes Sanpisa Sritrairat
    November 15, 2023 Washington Sea Grant (WSG) is excited to welcome Sanpisa Sritrairat as the new community engagement specialist. Growing up on the coast of Thailand, Sanpisa developed a deep love for coastal ecosystems. She has dedicated her career to protecting these ecosystems and the communitie...
  • Washington’s Clean Marina Program celebrates Leschi and Lakewood Marinas’ Clean Marina certification
    July 15, 2024 Dwight Jones (left), CEO, and Andrew Shroyer, general manager, of Lakewood and Leschi marinas The Northwest Marine Trade Association (NMTA), Washington Sea Grant and others today announced the certification of Leschi and Lakewood Marinas, managed by Marina Management LLC, as Clean Mari...
  • The pulse of the ocean
    UW and Smithsonian researchers develop DNA identification methods for monitoring Salish Sea planktonic communities From the Winter 2023/2024 Sea Star By Katalin Plummer, WSG Science Communications Fellow Sometimes it’s the smallest living things that can tell us the most about the state of the...
  • The first Seaweed Knowledge Symposium covered the challenges and opportunities of a burgeoning field
    December 5, 2023 Watch the video recordings of the December 2022 Seaweed Knowledge Symposium online The seaweed of Puget Sound. Photo credit: Simone Alin Seaweed aquaculture in Washington is a bit like the “Cheshire cat”: though there are a handful of commercial farms and restoration projects, a...
  • “Oceanography” special issue spotlights Sea Grant
    May 8, 2024 Sea Grant-funded research and work with coastal and Great Lakes communities across the nation are the focus of a special issue of “Oceanography,” the official journal of The Oceanography Society. This special issue, published in April 2024, features 36 articles contributed by Sea Gr...
  • Sea Levels are Rising in Washington. What will the Shorelines of the Future be like?
    July 22, 2022 A new report from the Washington Coastal Resilience Project evaluates the trade-offs between various strategies to manage the impacts of sea level rise As sea levels continue to rise, coastal hazards such as flooding and erosion will become increasingly common. According to recent asse...
  • Olympic OA Regional Vulnerability Assessment
    The Olympic Coast as a Sentinel – Tribal Communities at the Forefront of Ocean Change Indigenous people have depended on Olympic Coast marine species for their livelihoods, food security and cultural practices for thousands of years. Today, these species—and the triba...
  • Impacts from the Summer 2021 Heatwave on Washington Shellfish
    July 21, 2021 Dead butter clams. Photo: Ron Carr The record-breaking heat that hit the Pacific Northwest from June 23 to 28, 2021, caused harm to many intertidal shellfish and invertebrate species on Washington beaches. On many beaches, species such as cockles, varnish clams, butter clams, and nativ...
  • Twenty years of NOAA Science Camp
    NOAA Science Camp has brought a breadth of marine programming to middle and high school students since 2003 From the Winter 2023/2024 Sea Star By Samantha Larson, WSG Science Writer Minutes away from Seattle’s Space Needle and skyscrapers, a pocket beach along the waterfront hosts an abundance of ...
  • Anti-Racism Resources
    Anti-Racism Resources June 8, 2020; Updated March 19, 2021 As said in our statement of solidarity with the Black community and our statement of solidarity with the AAPI community, as individuals and as an organization we are working to identify how we have participated in the systemic rac...
  • ABYC Marine Systems Certification Course to be Offered Fall 2017
    News Release FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE July 24, 2017 Contact: Sandy Brown, American Boat and Yacht Council 410.990.4460 ext. 101 or sbrown@abycinc.org ABYC Marine Systems Certification Course to be Offered Fall 2017 September 18-21, 2017 Get certified in marine systems in ABYC’s nationally-...
  • Geoduck Harvesters Impacted by Tariffs Offered Refunds
    July 9, 2018 The Washington State Department of Natural Resources (DNR) is offering financial relief to eight geoduck harvesting companies who successfully bid to harvest wild geoduck from state-owned aquatic lands. This effort is in response to China’s announcement of 25% tariffs on American...
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