Sunset on Washington coast beach

Why We Monitor for Green Crabs

Washington Sea Grant Crab Team’s volunteer-based early detection program helps us stay on top of potential new invasions of the green crab.
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DEI Spotlight

Washington Sea Grant is committed to diversity, equity and inclusion. This section highlights a monthly resource to deepen our understanding of how social justice, marine science, and policy intersect.

This month, WSG’s Allyship Collective had a conversation about Brené Brown’s podcast interview with Aiko Bethea about Inclusivity at Work: the Heart of Hard Conversations.


  • Northwest Wooden Boat Festival, September 9–11

    Visit our booth in Port Townsend and get a free adapter for pumping out and a free bib to prevent oil spills.

  • Bellingham SeaFeast, September 17

    Visit our booth and learn about sustainable fishing and local seafood.

  • OysterFest, October 1–2

    Visit our booth and learn about how we can help support aquaculture and shellfish growing.


WSG Science Communications Fellowship for Graduate Students
Fellows work for two academic quarters on a range of communications projects, from writing articles our newsletter to developing social media content. Fellows are given the opportunity to develop their portfolios as writers and communicators, building bridges between scientific information and public understanding.

Deadline for applications: September 19 at 5:00 p.m. PST