In honor of the 50th anniversary of Washington Sea Grant, we're digging through our photo archive to share moments from our program's history. This photo, circa 1980, shows a WSG seafood handling workshop.
Coastal Caféis 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.
A recent episode featured a conversation with Jamestown and Port Gamble S'Klallam tribal members Hans Daubenberger and Randy Johnson, as well as Rebecca Benjamin of the North Olympic Salmon Coltion, about the Kilisut Harbor restoration project.
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.
In honor of Pride Month, we're sharing the #PrideInTheOcean campaign from the National Marine Sanctuary System. The goal is to raise the visibility of LGBTQ+ ocean scientists, athletes, appreciators. Learn more here.
State of the Oyster Study
July 25 and August 22 State of the Oyster Study invites you to join them to look at bacterial contamination on privately owned beaches in Hood Canal and Puget Sound.
NOAA Science Camp July 6–9: Oceans of Change Session
July 12–18: Whale of a Time Session
Calling all Middle Schoolers! Join NOAA Science Camp for some virtual fun and marine science exploration! Register for a week (or two!) of daily opportunities to learn more about NOAA science and the important work we do to understand our ocean environment. Sign up now to gain access to a mix of free do-it-yourself activities, ‘live’ remote events, and lots of cool resources!