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  • Understanding Potential Impacts of Seasonal Hypoxia Along the Quinault Reservation Coast
    Quinault Reservation hypoxia monitoring  Understanding Potential Impacts of Seasonal Hypoxia Along the Quinault Reservation Coast This project will create a low-cost model nearshore and a shore-based monitoring network that will engage tribal fishers and youth in gathering coastal water-qu...
  • Widening the Search for European Green Crab in the Strait of Juan de Fuca
    July 20, 2017 Trapping to remove invasive European green crab from Dungeness Spit National Wildlife Refuge is in its 15th week since the initial discovery of four individuals during April of this year. As of last Friday, partners with US Fish and Wildlife Service (UWFWS) and Washington Department of...
  • Toward Sustainable Geoduck Aquaculture Management in Puget Sound: Assessing Policy and Social Dimensions
    Assessing geoduck aquaculture policies Toward Sustainable Geoduck Aquaculture Management in Puget Sound: Assessing Policy and Social Dimensions Researchers analyzed geoduck aquaculture policies and the associated stakeholder interests to answer concerns regarding the recent aquaculture expa...
  • Small Spills, Big Problems, Sound Solutions
    July 25, 2016 To paraphrase an old saying, “There’s no use crying over spilled oil.” Yet many are concerned with oil pollution in Puget Sound and in the San Juan Islands. What people don’t realize is that the biggest source of spills so far in the region has not been tankers and freighters, ...
  • Basic Watchstanding for Fishing Crews
    Safe navigation and vessel operation  Basic Watchstanding for Fishing Crews A low cost curriculum was developed to improve fishing crew competency in vessel operation, which will reduce the risk of accidents. Principal Investigator Jake Beattie, Northwest Maritime Center ...
  • 22nd Conference for Shellfish Growers
    First convened by Washington Sea Grant in 1991, the Conference for Shellfish Growers brings together representatives from the shellfish industry, government and academia. This year, the conference will focus on emerging issues and shellfish culture. For more information, see the conference webpage....
  • Shellfish and Aquaculture Research
    Shellfish and Aquaculture See all current research projects here. Completed Projects Akmajian, Adrianne, Principal Investigator HAB Toxins in the Food Web Researchers surveyed for algal toxins in fish species caught in tribal commercial fisheries to increase research and monitoring capacit...
  • Northwest Fisheries Science Center Watershed Open House
    The Watershed Program at the Northwest Fisheries Science Center is hosting its free biennial Open House at NOAA’s Western Regional Center in Seattle. We will present our completed and on-going scientific research during two sessions: Life-cycle Modelling and Research, and Monitoring and Manage...
  • Stream Steward Training
    Connect with others to make a difference in the health of our local ecosystems as a Stream Steward. The Stream Steward Program provides Kitsap residents with the opportunity to turn environmental knowledge into action. Through an annual, multi-day training, participants learn about connections betw...
  • Pilot-scale net-pen grow-out of sablefish (“black cod”) by the Jamestown S’Klallam Tribe
    PILOT SABLEFISH NET-PEN GROW-OUT Pilot-scale net-pen grow-out of sablefish (“black cod”) by the Jamestown S’Klallam Tribe Researchers partner with the Jamestown S’Klallam Tribe and others to find cost-effective ways to successfully raise sablefish, or “black cod,&#...
  • 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. ...
  • Who Brings Your Seafood to You? An Interview with Jania and Gene Panida
      October 26, 2020 By James Lee, Science Communications Fellow Jania’s brother Steve Wilson is a fisherman who fishes out of La Push. Years ago, Steve began selling his fish at farmer’s markets in the Seattle and Tacoma areas under the name Wilson Fish. Eventually Jania and her husband Gene t...
  • Seaweed Farming in WA: Intensive Training
    This intensive training is for people seriously interested in seaweed in Washington State. This 3 to 4-day training will be held in the Seattle area, beginning on February 3rd, 2020. Participation is by application only. APPLICATIONS ARE DUE by 5PM on JANUARY 10, 2020. Click here to access the onlin...
  • Shellfish
    Shellfish in Washington Washington is the nation’s lead producer of farmed clams, oysters, and geoducks, with an estimated annual harvest worth more than $107 million. Nowhere else in the country can you find the abundance and variety of shellfish that we enjoy. Shellfish have been a su...
  • 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...
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