Updated April 6, 2020
It is with an abundance of caution that the director of Washington Sea Grant has decided to cancel certain upcoming events in order not to risk anyone’s health and wellness given the outbreak of the COVID-19 virus in our state. Please continue to check back here as information is updated. To date those events are:
- WSG Crab Team Volunteer Refresher Training Workshop in Blyn (March 6)
- Night Time Pier Peer (March 6)
- Conference for Shellfish Growers (March 9–10)
September 20, 2019
Washington Sea Grant will be reviewed on November 5 -7, 2019 by a team convened by the National Sea Grant Program.
The review will be conducted at the University of Washington campus and will consider all aspects of the WSG program including management and organization, performance, stakeholder engagement and collaborative activities, including those with various offices of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.
This notice invites you to participate in our review. Please submit written comments by Monday, October 21, ...Read More
September 12, 2019
Washington Sea Grant is proud to fund research that leads to positive impacts in Washington’s coastal communities and ecosystems. WSG-funded research aligns with four interrelated focus areas: healthy coastal ecosystems, sustainable fisheries and aquaculture, resilient communities and economies, and ocean literacy and workforce development.
Learn more about the projects that were funded through the 2018-2020 Request for Proposal cycle below.
Reviving the past to protect the future: Developing a social-ecological site selection model for clam gardens
Julie Barber, Swinomish Indian Tribal ...Read More
August 21, 2019
Washington Sea Grant is excited to share that three of the eight graduate students selected for the National Marine Fisheries Service (NMFS)–Sea Grant Fellowship this year are from the University of Washington. Through the fellowship, doctoral students are provided with two- and three-year research opportunities in either population and ecosystem dynamics or marine resource economics, including direct experiences working closely with local NOAA experts on thesis issues of public interest and relevance to NOAA’s National Marine Fisheries Service.
The 2019 ...Read More
July 30, 2018
A new report led by Washington Sea Grant and the University of Washington’s Climate Impacts Group provides the clearest picture yet of what to expect in sea-level rise along Washington state coastlines.
The report, entitled Projected Sea Level Rise for Washington State – A 2018 Assessment, includes projections for more than 150 different sites along the Washington coastline, from all marine shorelines in Washington state. It incorporates the unique geology-driven land motion, with uplift at Neah Bay and ...Read More