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  • Local and Coastal: Coconut Salmon Curry
    July 10, 2020  By Abby Rogerson, WSG Student Assistant Thanks to Meera Sodha, author of Made in India, for opening our eyes to the deliciousness of fish poached in aromatic, slightly spicy, coconut curry. She uses white fish in the original (linked here), but our iteration uses chunks of sockeye sa...
  • Lake Union Park Bird Walk
    Join Seattle Audubon for a beginner’s bird walk along the SW shore of Lake Union. Good for close views of waterfowl through the winter months. Dress for winter weather. Afterward warm up by joining Dave for coffee at the MOHAI Café or explore the South Lake Union neighborhood. Visit the permanent...
  • Mercer Slough Bird Walk
    Come explore the Eastside at Lake Washington’s largest freshwater wetland with Seattle Audubon! We’ll descend a short but steep hillside into the slough, and then walk around the Bellefields Loop Trail. As we search the woods, channel, and blueberry farm for birds, there will be an emphasis on ...
  • Seward Park Birding Field Trip
    Join Seattle Audubon for a walk of the trails of Seward Park, listening and looking for resident birds and some early migrants. Seward Park has 120 acres of old growth forest and is home to two pairs of Bald Eagles, as well as a variety of forest birds. By spring, not only will we be able to hear bi...
  • New Video Explores the Power of Kelp
    June 17, 2020  Kelp absorbs carbon dioxide and other nutrients from seawater as it grows, potentially improving conditions for shellfish and other species. Can we harness this power of kelp by farming kelp and oysters together? In partnership with Washington Sea Grant, a team of leading researchers...
  • Local and Coastal: Spicy Thai Basil Clams
    August, 7, 2020 Of the three clam species farmed in Washington–native littleneck, Manila, and the infamous geoduck clam–Manila clams are the most common, thanks to their fast growth and ability to be cultivated under a wide range of conditions. Washington Sea Grant supports a diverse and...
  • Seafood Day Showcases Washington’s Local Catch
    March 16, 2020 Photo: Molly Bold In February, several Washington Sea Grant (WSG) staff attended the 2nd annual Seafood Day in Olympia, where over 300 state representatives and their staff sampled a wide variety of local Washington seafoods between sessions. This event, organized by Dale Beasley, ...
  • Local and Coastal: Pink Salmon Gravlax
    May 15, 2020 By Abby Rogerson, WSG Student Assistant We love the quarantine kitchen enthusiasm, especially since it’s been encouraging people to cook more seafood at home and try out different types of seafood. This recipe uses pink salmon; though less commonly seen on the menu, it is the most...
  • POSTPONED: Mother’s Day Saturday Sail
    Come to The Center for Wooden Boats at Cama Beach for their annual Mother’s Day Saturday Sail. Arrive early to sign up for free boat rides on a variety of boats (sailing, paddling, rowing, or motor), then participate in other fun activities while you wait for your ride (toy boat building, park ac...
  • Sustaining Our World Virtual Lecture
    The UW School of Environmental and Forest Sciences is proud to welcome Tim Egan as the 2020 Sustaining Our World Lecture speaker Egan, National Book Award winner and New York Times op-ed writer, will present “Using the Power of Nature to Forge a New National Narrative.” This year’s...
  • CANCELED: The Future of Conservation Policy
    Environmental Conversations, a series hosted by EarthLab and the Center for Environmental Politics, features prominent environmental leaders and practitioners who share their perspective on real world environmental policymaking. This initiative is known as Doug and Maggie Walker Environmental Conver...
  • Beach Monitoring at Fox Island Sand Spit
    Break out the foul weather gear, put new batteries in your head lamp, and join Harbor WildWatch for an exciting night of citizen science at the beach! During the winter monitoring months, the lowest tides are during nighttime which adds an adventurous twist to our monitoring procedures. Hence, the n...
  • POSTPONED: 16th Norm Blanchard W.O.O.D. Regatta
    Join in the fun at The Center for Wooden Boats’ 16th Norm Blanchard W.O.O.D. (Wooden Open & One Design) Regatta, honoring the best-known name in wooden boatbuilding and yachting in the Pacific Northwest. Norman C. Blanchard’s Blanchard Boat Company turned out more than 2,000 boats in 60+ yea...
  • Videos to Help Boaters Pumpout
    May 14, 2020 We know many boaters haven’t been out on the water for a while, or perhaps you are new to boating entirely. Either way, here are some videos to remind everyone of the importance of proper sewage disposal while on the water. Pumpout Washington is a program which provides boaters w...
  • Pier Into the Night
    Join Harbor WildWatch for an underwater journey of Gig Harbor Bay without getting wet (or needing special certification) through the Pier Into the Night experience. While you stay warm and dry on the dock, our divers use an underwater video camera to live stream exactly what they encounter below the...
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