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  • Kids’ Day at OysterFest
    WSG’s Marine Water Quality Specialist, Teri King, organizes and leads a full day with area 4th grade-children, teaching the students tools for daily living to improve water quality, protect the environment and practice personal safety.  This event is part of the annual Oysterfest event. ...
  • Family Fun Day at the Harley Marine Seattle Maritime Festival
    Don’t miss the boat at Seattle’s largest maritime industry celebration! Want to pilot a tugboat or a ferry boat? Try your hand at welding? Fire an emergency flare? Or be in a Survival Suit Race? It’s the Harley Marine Seattle Maritime Festival Family Fun Day, sponsored by the Seattle Propeller...
  • Reviving the Past to Protect the Future: Developing a Social-Ecological Clam Garden site selection model
    Clam gardens Reviving the Past to Protect the Future: Developing a Social-Ecological Clam Garden Site Selection Model Researchers are creating a model to determine the best place to install the first present-day clam garden in the U.S. Many helping hands lay the foundation for the Swinomish...
  • Fish Talk: World Nutrition Day
    Mark your calendar for an insightful Fish Talk on World Nutrition Day, brought to you by World Fish, an international, nonprofit research organization that harnesses the potential of fisheries and aquaculture to reduce hunger and poverty. WorldFish nutrition experts and partners will be discussing ...
  • World Oceans Day Paddle Plog
    Honor World Oceans Day with a community cleanup event for Green Lake! We will paddle the perimeter of the lake and pick up trash. Gloves and bags will be provided. Plogging started in Sweden as a combination of jogging and picking up trash – a way to have a positive environmental impact while ...
  • Volunteers
    Kids’ Day Volunteers Arrival Times for Each Session All volunteer tour guides must be at the grounds for check-in, orientation and a tour of the stations as follows: Morning session: 8:15 a.m. Afternoon session: 11:15 a.m. Stations and rotation schedule may change from year to year; therefor...
  • CANCELLED: Mother’s Day at the Aquarium
    Celebrate the joys of motherhood and discover some of the secrets of our marine animal mothers at the Seattle Aquarium. Join for special talks and demonstrations—all about the moms! Meet Granny, an almost-life-size, inflatable orca, and examine her family tree. Drop in at Toddler Time between 9:30...
  • Opening Day Boat Parade
    Opening Day marks the start of the Seattle boating season. The Seattle Yacht Club sponsors a boat parade through the Montlake Cut. This year’s theme is ‘A Great Escape’. The parade can be viewed from the shoreline at Portage Bay and Montlake Cut or from vessels moored in the desig...
  • World Oceans Day
    On World Oceans Day, people around our blue planet celebrate and honor our ocean, which connects us all. Get together with your family, friends, community, and millions of others around our blue planet to start creating a better future. By working together, we can — and will — protect ...
  • Who brings your seafood to you? An interview with John Alto and Amy Sharp, a couple who work on their own commercial salmon troller
    January 26, 2023 The power couple reflected on how, for them, is a craft that is passed down through generations and rooted in community By Andrea Richter-Sanchez, WSG Science Communications Fellow Amy Sharp showing off her fresh caught salmon They say nothing brings people together better than good...
  • Protocol in Focus: How do we steward Crab Team sites?
    In addition to creating a scientifically robust sampling scheme, and one that is sensitive to finding green crab when they are rare, Crab Team also put a great deal of thought and guidance into the protocol with the goal of being good stewards of Washington’s shorelines. Even though our goal ...
  • NOAA Live! Webinar – It’s Not Easy Being Shelled: the Ocean Acidification Blues
    The NOAA Live! Webinars are a collaboration between NOAA’s Regional Collaboration Network and Woods Hole Sea Grant at the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution. Each interactive webinar features a different NOAA expert/topic and a moderated question and answers session throughout so th...
  • How Your Sunscreen Harms Water Quality
    August 20, 2019 The products we use on our skin, hair, and nails can cause harm to the animals and people that depend on healthy local waters. While you’re washing away the lingering sunscreen from the last beach day of summer, you’re probably reminiscing about carefree time with family and frie...
  • 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 ...
  • Nature & Health Speaks – Online Lecture
    In 2019, GirlTrek, Washington Trails Association, and the USDA Forest Service’s PNW Research Station came together to learn about mutual interests in trails, health, and inclusive outdoor spaces, with an interest in getting more people outside enjoying the benefits of time in nature. They’ll...
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