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To Be Sustainable, Conservation Needs to Consider the Human Factor
April 12, 2016
International researchers urge including the social sciences in ecosystem management, highlighting indicators of human well-being developed by Washington Sea Grant and the Northwest Fisheries Science Center.
For too long, sustainability goals and environmental management have failed t...
Riparian Rehab Gets a Boost
Engineered log jams could be an important tool for salmon restoration
From the spring 2020 Sea Star print newsletter
By Bobbie Buzzell, WSG Science Communications Fellow
Efforts in Washington State to re-establish salmon populations and riparian habitat have been underway for quite some tim...
Environmental DNA (Part 2): A Cautionary Carp Tale
March 3, 2022
This is the second in a series of posts sharing new research on the use of environmental DNA (eDNA) in detection of green crabs. For our introduction to eDNA, check out the previous post.
Collaborator Ryan Kelly shows just how easy sample collection is for eDNA assays at a site on Vash...
Washington Coast Shellfish Aquaculture Timeline
Welcome to the Washington Coast Shellfish Aquaculture Timeline. This project is part of the Washington Coast Shellfish Aquaculture Study project, which is an effort to improve the long-term sustainability of shellfish aquaculture in Willa...
Six Graduates Selected for the 2019-2020 WSG State Fellowship
July 25, 2019
We are pleased to announce that Tressa Arbow, Rachel Assink, Ashley Bagley, Angela Cruz, Alex Sweetser and Sonni Tadlock, have been awarded the Washington Sea Grant State Fellowship (formerly the Marc Hershman Marine Policy Fellowship) for 2019-2020. This fellowship places highly mot...
Coastal and Marine Communities
Coastal and Marine Communities
Christie, Patrick, Principal Investigator
Finding Common Ground
Tribal and non-tribal students co-create digital stories regarding topics such as tribal sovereignty, fishery treaty rights, and tri...
Elder Memories, Ancient DNA and the Fate of the Herring
onservation is a never-ending battle against collective amnesia. As living resources are consumed or extinguished, baselines shift. Past abundance is forgotten, and new generations adjust to a diminished new normal.
A case in point is the forage fishes that are foundations of the marine ...
All About Cisterns! Webinar
RainWise, a City of Seattle and King County partnership, offers rebates for rain gardens and cisterns on private property. These installations capture water that falls on roofs and keeps it out of sewer pipes during big rain storms. Cisterns are also a great source for summer water!
In this webinar,...
Logging Change in Puget Sound
From the winter 2021–2022 Sea Star print newsletter
Researchers use UW vessel logbooks to reconstruct historical groundfish populations
The R/V Commando passes through the Montlake Cut. Skipper Tom Oswold Jr. is on the flying bridge and engineer Olaf Rockness is on the bow. Photo: Bob Hitz
Crab Team’s Big Discovery!
August 4th, 2016
You might have heard the recent news that Crab Team volunteers captured the first confirmed European green crab in Washington’s inland waters (but if you haven’t, read our blog post)...