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  • The Great East Japan Earthquake and Tsunami and the Legacy in Washington 10 Years Later
    March 11, 2021 By Carrie Garrison-Laney, WSG Tsunami Hazards Specialist and PMEL Liaison Tsunami damage in Onagawa, Ishinomaki, Japan in 2011. Photo by Shunichi Koshimura On March 11, 2011 the largest earthquake ever recorded in Japan — the 4th largest ever recorded worldwide — and the resulting...
  • The 7R’s of Integrating Tribal and Indigenous Partnerships Into Aquaculture Literacy
    September 2, 2021 Indigenous Aquaculture Collaborative gather at a Hawaiian loko iʻa (fishpond) to learn about Native fishpond aquaculture and participate in restoration. (Credit: Lindsey Pierce/Environmental Specialist at the Central Council of the Tlingit and Haida Indian Tribes of Alask...
  • Story of Simon the Salmon
    Seagrass Wars: The Spots Awaken Seagrass is under attack! Hit ‘play’ to learn more, then take the ‘Sequel Challenge’ (to the right→) Oysters and Seagrass—Guardians of the Sea! Oysters—Nature’s vacuum cleaners ...
  • Looking Back on 50 Years: Longtime WSG Staff Reflect on Their Work
    From the winter 2021–2022 Sea Star print newsletter In honor of the program’s golden anniversary, we asked four current and former staff to reflect on what they have accomplished here By Grace Freeman, WSG Science Communications Fellow Based in Seattle and housed within the University of Washin...
  • Watch: 50th Anniversary Commemorative Video
    December 27, 2021 Washington Sea Grant celebrates 50 years of service in Washington State in 2021. Take a look back over 50 years in this commemorative video celebrating Washington Sea Grant’s contributions to our state and look forward to another 50 years ahead. ...
  • Jenna Keeton
    Jenna Keeton Fisheries Specialist Expertise Sustainable Fisheries Seafood Industry Fish Ecology Fisheries Economics Jenna works to address the needs of Washington’s fisheries-dependent communities through targeted outreach and collaborative research. At Washington Sea Gra...
  • Washington Sea Grant to Hold First-Ever Virtual Orca Bowl Competition for High School Teams March 6 and 7
    March 2, 2021 On the first weekend of March, 12 teams of high school students from across the state will log on to compete in the 24th annual Orca Bowl. The teams will test their knowledge of marine science with one another, hoping to earn a spot to the National Ocean Sciences Bowl (NOSB) Finals, w...
  • Crab Team Press
    Crab Team In the News Recent Press Features 2023 Sequim Gazette “Invasive green crab presence remains on Olympic Peninsula” (January 11) KING 5 “Washington pushes for federal funding to trap invasive crab species” (April 5) KUOW “...
  • Monitors Capture Their First in Green Crab in Chuckanut Bay
    August 9, 2022 Ventral view of female crab captured by volunteer monitors. The bright red-orange underside is characteristic of a crab that hasn’t molted in a while. The color along with the size of the crab indicates this female has been nearby for at least three or four years. Crab Team volu...
  • Indigenous Speaker Jeffrey Hamilton: An Urban Tribe Perspective
    Ta’c Leeheyn and Pi Naha Pi, Welcome to 2021 and thank you to all who have been enjoying and engaging throughout our Series.  We hope you, your families, and communities are well – do know you have been in our prayers through the winter season.  Below you’...
  • Statement of Solidarity with the AAPI Community
    March 24, 2021 We at Washington Sea Grant (WSG) are deeply saddened and angered by the murders that occurred in Atlanta spas last week, the latest manifestation of the hate and violence escalating against Asians over the past year. Asians, Asian-Americans and Pacific Islanders (AAPI) are integral m...
  • Researchers Discover Yessotoxins, Produced by Certain Phytoplankton, to be a Culprit Behind Summer Mass Shellfish Mortality Events in Washington
    June 17, 2021 Dying clams on Hood Canal, Rocky Bay, 2019.King et al, Harmful Algae, 2021 Back in the summers of 2018 and 2019, the shellfish industry in Washington state was rocked by mass mortalities of its crops. “It was oysters, clams, cockles — all bivalve species in some bays were impacted...
  • MarineWeatherWorkshop_Dec42021
    News Release FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE December 4, 2021 CONTACT: Sarah Fisken, 206-543-1225 or sfisken@u.washington.edu   MARINE WEATHER WORKSHOP Learn to read the weather before you head out on the water.                     Port Townsend, WA – Washington Sea Grant and the Port of P...
  • 50th anniversary campaign recognized by Sea Grant awards program
    November 28, 2022 Washington Sea Grant (WSG) is thrilled to be recognized by the 2022 Sea Grant Excellence in Communication Awards in the online/social media category around the program’s 50th anniversary celebration. This communications campaign included many components, such as a story map,...
  • Reimagining Our Future Shorelines
    From the winter 2020–2021 Sea Star print newsletter The Washington Coastal Resilience Project will continue to help communities prepare for shoreline hazards for years to come   By MaryAnn Wagner, WSG Assistant Director for Communications Owen Beach, located in Point Defiance Park, is a popular a...
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