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Washington Sea Grant News

A Mariner's Life for Me
The Seafarer Collective Provides accessible educational programs for aspiring mariners to sustain and diversify the maritime workforce.

More News

Coastal Café is a radio program jointly produced by
Washington Sea Grant and KPTZ 91.9 FM. Coastal Café explores the latest in marine science with researchers, policy experts and people who live and work along our coast.
In a recent episode, WSG Assistant Director for Communications MaryAnn Wagner talks with WSG Director Russell Calendar about the 50th anniversary of Washington Sea Grant and his hopes for the next 50 years.

WSG Around the Web

DEI Spotlight 

This section highlights a resource related to diversity, equity and inclusion with the aim of deepening understanding of how social justice and marine science and policy intersect. 

This month, we are watching this presentation and discussion with Tim Ballew, a Lummi fisher, educator and tribal leader. This presentation is part of Western Washington University's Environmental Speaker Series.  

Washington Sea Grant Communications Specialist
WSG is hiring for a new position that will provide coordination on a broad array of communication projects. 
Preference given to applications received by February 23, 2022.  

2023 Knauss Fellowship
Applications are now open to be a 2023 Knauss Fellow. Applications are due to your state's Sea Grant program on February 18, 2022.  


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