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  • Marine Wiring Workshop Registration
    A chance for commercial fishermen and recreational boaters to learn to safely wire their boats. Washington Sea Grant, Washington State University Jefferson County and the NW School of Wooden Boatbuilding are cosponsoring a Marine Wiring Workshop in Port Hadlock for commercial fishermen and recreatio...
  • NOAA Science Camp – Session 2
    *Online registration is full* Contact Maile Sullivan, Education Specialist (noaacamp@uw.edu) to find out about future camps.   This week-long day camp introduces students to earth and ocean sciences and science careers through hands-on activities emphasizing solutions to real-world problems. ...
  • Washington Sea Grant in the News
    Washington Sea Grant in the News March 2024 UW-based team monitors the green crab invasion UW Magazine, March UW scientists, researchers help coastal towns prepare for disaster UW Magazine, March February 2024 Solar-Powered Pumpout Boat Takes Eco-Friendly a Step Further M...
  • Northwest Curious: Meet the Authors of Heaven on the Half Shell
    Meet the authors of Heaven on the Half Shell: The Story of the Oyster in the Pacific Northwest at this online event hosted by the King County Library System. Fully updated and chock-full of “oysterabilia,” this book covers the rich history of our region’s beloved bivalve industry. Th...
  • Samantha Larson
    Samantha Larson Science Writer Expertise Writing and reporting Editing Media relations Samantha joined Washington Sea Grant in May 2017. As the WSG science writer, Samantha helps bring the organization’s work to the public by writing and editing content that ranges fr...
  • Seaweed Farming Intensive Training Helps Kickstart a New Local Industry
    February 20, 2020 Hood Canal Mariculture farm manager Charlie Delius explains seaweed growing techniques during the Intensive Training. There has been a lot of recent interest in kickstarting a seaweed industry in Washington. But is it currently possible? If you want to become a kelp farmer, where d...
  • NOAA National Sea Grant Awards Washington Sea Grant Over 1 Million in Aquaculture Grants
    September 19, 2019   NOAA National Sea Grant office announced today a suite of federal funding awards in aquaculture, with three of them going to Washington Sea Grant. The four awards, totaling $1,980,133, will support aquaculture research projects and collaborative programs aimed at advan...
  • Remotely Operated Vehicle (ROV) Mini-Session
    *Online registration is full* Contact Maile Sullivan, Education Specialist (noaacamp@uw.edu) to find out about future camps. NOAA Science Camp is partnering with Atlantis STEAM to offer a new three-day NOAA Science Camp Remotely Operated Vehicle (ROV) mini-session geared to inspire middle...
  • Community Science Volunteers are as Important as Ever During the COVID-19 Pandemic
    June 17, 2020 By Brandon McWilliams, WSG Science Communications Fellow  WSG Crab Team volunteers sweep Penn Cove for a trap. On a normal spring day along the Puget Sound, chances are good that one of the people enjoying the coast is also doing scientific research. Many projects at Washington Sea Gr...
  • Make Whale for Change: New Rules for Whale Watching in the Salish Sea
    From the Autumn 2022 Sea Star New research finds that rules to protect endangered southern resident killer whales could mean less demand for commercial whale watching — but tour operators have options for making up the difference Maddie Hansen, WSG Science Communications Fellow The Salish Sea is a...
  • Sea Safety and Survival Training in Westport
    Learn emergency drills for commercial fishing vessels Washington Sea Grant is sponsoring a one-day Sea Safety & Survival (Drill Instructor) Course for commercial fishermen and charter boat operators. This Coast Guard approved workshop meets the training requirements of the Commercial Fishing Saf...
  • “What We Love To Do”: NOAA Science Camp Creatively Immerses Kids in Marine Science
    From the Autumn 2022 Sea Star  In the third consecutive summer of pandemic-related closures, NOAA Science Camp brought new programming to the beach during an extreme low tide By Ashli Blow, WSG Science Communications Specialist When Puget Sound receded during an extreme low tide in June, Maile Sull...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • New guide from the Washington Coastal Resilience Project helps coastal planners use the latest sea level rise data
    July 9, 2020  IN BRIEF: The Washington Coastal Resilience Project team – a collaboration between the state’s Department of Ecology, the University of Washington Climate Impacts Group and Washington Sea Grant – are releasing How to Choose, a guide to support the use of available sea level ris...
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