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  • Current and Recent Fellows
    Current and Recent Fellows The following biographies of current and recent fellows provide examples of the breadth and scope of opportunities and experiences offered by WSG, National Sea Grant, and Coastal Management fellowships. Jump to: Washington Sea Grant Keystone Fellow...
  • 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...
  • First pumpout station in two decades opens on Orcas Island
    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE May 6, 2018 CONTACT: Aaron Barnett, WSG Boating Program Specialist aaronb2@uw.edu   Just in time for summer boating season, the first pumpout station in the San Juan Islands in nearly 20 years is up and running at West Beach Resort on Orcas Island. The new pumpout site is ...
  • Further Green Crab Captures in Whatcom County
    October 22, 2019 Broadening the search for invasive European green crab in Drayton Harbor, Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife and WSG Crab Team captured additional European green crab in recent weeks. In addition, Lummi Natural Resources has reported capturing green crab in Lummi Bay as a re...
  • 27th Conference for Shellfish Growers (Virtual)
    First convened by WSG in 1991, the Conference for Shellfish Growers brings together shellfish producers, researchers, students and managers from the Pacific Northwest to discuss pressing issues and relevant research on aquaculture. We look forward to another engaging and insightful conference this y...
  • Crab Team Highlights from the 2018 Salish Sea Ecosystem Conference – Part 2
    April 27, 2018 Yesterday’s blog post covered the highlights from the first green crab special session at the 2018 Salish Sea Ecosystem Conference. Today, we’ll break down the second special session that focused on management of invasive European green crab and provide some reflections ...
  • Sowing (Clam) Seed for the Indigenous Aquaculture Leaders of Tomorrow
    From the winter 2021–2022 Sea Star print newsletter How the Cross-Pacific Regional Collaborative Hub for Indigenous Aquaculture fosters student participation, research and communications By MaryAnn Wagner, WSG Assistant Director for Communications A participant of the Cross-Pacific Regional Coll...
  • Environmental DNA (Part 3): Reconciling eDNA with Traditional Detection Methods
    March 30, 2022 This is the third in a series of posts on a Crab Team project to develop environmental DNA (eDNA) for use in early detection and management of European green crab. The first posts provided an introduction to eDNA and the benefits and challenges it offers to invasion managers. In devel...
  • Launching Collaborative Green Crab Management in Drayton Harbor (part 1)
    July 2, 2020 Removal of European green crab in Drayton Harbor is now underway, thanks to the collaborative efforts of WSG, Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW), the Northwest Straits Commission (NWSC) and many other partners and stakeholders. This is the first of two posts on efforts to...
  • Where are the European Green Crab in the Salish Sea Coming From?
    April 25, 2018 Finding a few isolated pockets of invasive European green crab in Washington’s Salish Sea over the past two years indicates the early stages of a possible range expansion. Certainly, it is the goal of WSG Crab Team and management to protect shorelines from the damage this crab h...
  • Sound Citizen: Students and Citizens Working Together to Evaluate Sources and Fates of Emerging Pollutants in Puget Sound
    Sound Citizen monitoring of emerging pollutants Sound Citizen: Students and Citizens Working Together to Evaluate Sources and Fates of Emerging Pollutants in Puget Sound SoundCitizen directly engaged more than 2,000 people each year in documenting common yet undetected Puget Sound contamina...
  • Harmful Algal Blooms
    Harmful Algal Blooms Several species of single-celled algae growing in Washington produce potent toxins that can poison marine animals or become concentrated in shellfish and sicken, even kill, humans who eat them. Even when they don’t harm humans, toxic blooms can force costly shutdowns ...
  • Who Brings Your Seafood to You? An Interview with Dave Sones
    October 2, 2021 By James Lee, Science Communications Fellow Dave Sones is a fisherman and a member of the Makah Nation at Neah Bay. He’s been fishing since 1972, when he was 12 years old. As a young man, he worked at the Ozette Archaeological Site as an interpreter; later, he became fisheries ma...
  • 2022 European Green Crab Wrap Up: Inland sites
    December 31 2022 We spend a lot of time thinking about how to quantify green crab efforts and numbers to understand status and trends. Suffice to say that any way you slice it, any way you define and quantify metrics, 2022 was a big year in Washington for European green crab management. With the lau...
  • Training
    Training It is with an abundance of caution that Washington Sea Grant has canceled certain upcoming events in order to comply with the Governor’s order of “Stay Home/Stay Healthy” and to avoid risking anyone’s health and wellness given the outbreak of the COVID-19 virus in ou...
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