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  • Invasive Green Crab Found at Dungeness Spit
    (Photo: European Green Crab found at Dungeness Spit, Sequim, April 2017. Photo by Allen Pleus, Washington Department of Fish & Wildlife)     April 26, 2017 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Sequim, WA — A new population of invasive European green crab has been found at Dungeness Spit, near Sequim, ...
  • 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...
  • Invasive Green Crab Found at Dungeness Spit
    April, 2017 A new population of invasive European green crab has been found at Dungeness Spit, near Sequim, Washington, rekindling concern over the potential for damage to local marine life and shorelines. Staff and volunteers from U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS), which manages Dungeness...
  • Advisory Committee
    Advisory Committee The WSG Advisory Committee provides general program oversight, direction, and advice. The Committee was first established in August 2006 with stakeholders and federal and state partners. The Committee was restructured in 2022 to better reflect the diverse stakehold...
  • Making Adventure Accessible
    Sea Wolf Adventures takes passengers with disabilities to the Pacific Northwest’s most beautiful places From the spring 2020 Sea Star print newsletter Kimber Owen, owner of Sea Wolf Adventures, has an exceptional memory for the people that she’s taken on her 12-passenger cruise ship, whi...
  • Orca Bowl: A Gateway to a World of Water
      The dryland underdogs in this year’s high school ocean-sciences tournament beat the odds with upbeat attitude. “We live in a world of water,” Dean Lisa Graumlich proclaimed, welcoming high school students, teachers, families and fans, together with UW scientists and other volunteers, to...
  • Washington State’s Boat Fleet – 2016
    Washington State’s Boat Fleet – 2016 In 2016 alone, 5,750 new vessels worth $234 million were added to the 205,694 registered vessels in Washington’s 2.63 billion dollar boating fleet. The marina industry and state marine recreation agencies and consultants need accurate, geog...
  • Wild Seafood Connection to bring fishers and buyers to Bellingham in February
    January 18, 2024 On February 29, members of the commercial fishing industry will have a chance to speak directly to their buyers – restaurants, retailers, brokers, and other seafood businesses  – at the Wild Seafood Connection conference, presented by the Port of Bellingham and produced by Coli...
  • Celebrating 50 Years of Brokering Lane Agreements Between Crabbers and Towboat Operators
    November 8, 2021 Coastal Washington — This year marks the 50th anniversary of a little-known, but highly successful mariner’s agreement known as the “Crabber/Towboat Lane Agreement,” providing a positive example of what can be accomplished between disparate groups when both parties are...
  • 2021 Volume 2
    2021 Volume 2 Five Years Later November, 2021 It’s been a little over five years since the first capture of invasive European green crab along Washington’s inland shorelines. As we look back at how much we’ve learned since this capture, we ...
  • A blue carbon assessment for the Stillaguamish River estuary: quantifying the benefits of tidal marsh restoration
    Wetlands restoration benefits for carbon sequestration A Blue Carbon Assessment for the Stillaguamish River Estuary: Quantifying the Benefits of Tidal Marsh Restoration To gauge potential carbon sequestration in Northwest estuaries, researchers measure stored carbon in a Stillaguamish River...
  • Who Brings Your Seafood to You? An Interview with Hazel Secor from Cape Flattery Fishermen’s Co-Op
    April 29, 2022 By Benjamin Haagen, Science Communications Fellow Hazel Secor has been working as manager of the Cape Flattery Fisherman’s Co-op in Neah Bay, Washington since 2014, supporting the local fishing industry and working with fishers to process and distribute seafood to communities aroun...
  • Protocol In Focus: Why do we use mackerel as bait?
    September 10, 2018 One strength of the Crab Team protocol is that it enables us to confidently compare findings among sites, and track changes over time – even if different people are doing the sampling. With sampling on this scale, even the small steps can be important to what we learn from the d...
  • Celebrating 50 Years of Brokering Lane Agreements Between Crabbers and Towboat Operators
    November 8, 2021 Coastal Washington — This year marks the 50th anniversary of a little-known, but highly successful mariner’s agreement known as the “Crabber/Towboat Lane Agreement,” providing a positive example of what can be accomplished between disparate groups when both parties are ...
  • Who Brings Your Seafood to You? An Interview with Libie Cain
    October 1, 2020 By James Lee, Science Communications Fellow   Libie Cain fishes Dungeness crab and albacore out of Westport. She grew up on Cooper Point by Evergreen State College and has an architectural degree. In fact, she was part of the team that helped build the Natural Resources B...
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