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  • Lecture: Where Water Is Gold: Alaska’s Bristol Bay
    Photographer Carl Johnson spent five years collecting the images and stories he presents in his new book, “Where Water is Gold: Life and Livelihood in Alaska’s Bristol Bay,” published by Braided River. In this talk, Johnson will take you through this landscape, bring you up close with ...
  • Who Brings Your Seafood to You? An Interview with Libie Cain
    October 1, 2020 By James Lee, Science Communications Fellow   Libie Cain fishes Dungeness crab and albacore out of Westport. She grew up on Cooper Point by Evergreen State College and has an architectural degree. In fact, she was part of the team that helped build the Natural Resources B...
  • WSG Fellowships Reunion Schedule
    WSG Fellowships Reunion Schedule Please be sure to RSVP for each activity right away! Monday, August 29th 9:00 a.m. • Welcome Beach Walk Meet at the Center for Urban Horticulture for transportation (8:30 a.m.) 3501 NE 41st St, Seattle, 98105 or Meet at Charles Richey Sr Viewpoint, loc...
  • Crab Team at the Salish Sea Ecosystem Conference
    May 31, 2022 The second all-virtual Salish Sea Ecosystem Conference (April 26-28) offered everyone with an interest or involvement in the inland waters shared by Washington and British Columbia the chance to connect over a huge range of topics, impacts of last summer’s heat dome, southern resi...
  • Eastern Washington Marinas Takes Big Steps to Prevent Small Oil Spills in Lakes
    August 17, 2017 Evening at a Lake Chelan marina. Washington Sea Grant expands its clean marina and small oil spill prevention programs on Lake Chelan   Head down to Lake Chelan on a hot summer day, and its vast surface will be speckled with jet skis and motor boats. The locals all know there’s no...
  • Liz Perkin: Rivers of light: How artificial light at night affects stream ecosystems
    Artificial light is increasingly recognized as a potential disrupter of ecosystems and their functioning. The effects of artificial light on stream systems is of particular interest, as recent research in Berlin has shown that flowing waters are disproportionally more likely to experience increased ...
  • Crab Team and COVID-19
    March 31, 2020 March and April are typically the busiest months on the Crab Team annual calendar, as staff and volunteers reunite for training workshops to relaunch the monitoring season. This spring, however, the Crab Team office has been almost entirely empty over the past month. The leadership o...
  • Climate Conversations with Stream Team
    Cathy Raley, a wildlife biologist for the U.S. Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station will be giving a talk on wolverines. Since 2006, Cathy has been studying the distribution and ecology of wolverines in the northern Cascade Range in Washington and British Columbia. Wolverines have spec...
  • 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...
  • Monster Seminar JAM – NOAA’s Aquaculture Program: Having Our Fish and Eating Them Too
    The NWFSC Monster Seminar JAM is a weekly seminar with presentations by Center scientists and guest speakers, and touches on variety of research fields, including landscape ecology, community ecology, genetics, wildlife biology, systematics, marine ecology, conservation biology, population biology a...
  • 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...
  • Poulsbo: Introduction to Invasive Green Crabs
    Photo: Greg C Jensen (Poulsbo) Washington’s salt marshes and pocket estuaries are incredibly diverse and productive habitats. Unfortunately, they are also highly threatened by shoreline development, pollution, and now, a potential invader. European green crabs (Carcinus maenas), often listed ...
  • Hanging by a Thread
    Hanging by a Thread Biologist Emily Carrington probes the secrets of the humble mussel’s powerful attachment, and how mussels will fare as sea chemistry changes. By Elizabeth Cooney, WSG Communications Fellow Carrington and Laura Newcomb, heading for the water. ...
  • WWU Huxley Speaker Series: Julie Hirsch on Salish Sea Stewardship
    Garden of the Salish Sea Curriculum (GSSC) is an innovative K-12 stewardship and community environmental education initiative created on Lummi Island in 2012. In her Speaker Series talk, Julie Hirsch will present Oystertopia: Stewards of the Salish Sea, a short film directed by Sam Giffin that docum...
  • 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 ...
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