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Washington Sea Grant News

Dave Sones overseeing crew during a busy day of work. Photo courtesy of Cheryl Sones.
 

Who Brings Your Seafood? An Interview with Dave Sones

For the latest installment of our series on local fishers, we talked with Dave Sones, member of the Makah Nation at Neah Bay and the Tribe's former natural resources director. 


Wishing you a safe and healthy Thanksgiving 

We are grateful for our beautiful ocean and coasts, and the communities that live, work and play along them. 

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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 celebrating National Native American Heritage Month by sharing an essay by Melissa Watkinson, WSG equity, access and community engagement lead. Read it here

WSG Around the Web

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.

 
The show recently featured a conversation with Kurt Grinnell from the Jamestown S'Klallam Tribe and Brent Vadopalas, WSG aquaculture specialist. Published in two episodes, they covered topics ranging from how sustainable aquaculture fits with tribal goals and the differences between Pacific and Olympia oysters. Listen in to parts one and two

Events

Opportunities

Dean John A. Knauss Marine Policy Fellowship
This fellowship offers a unique educational experience to graduate students interested in ocean, coastal, and Great Lakes resources, and in national policies that affect those resources. Successful applicants are matched with hosts in the legislative and executive branches of the U.S. government for a one-year paid fellowship in the Washington D.C. area. WSG may nominate up to six fellows to be considered by the National Sea Grant office.
Applications are due to Washington Sea Grant by February 19, 2021

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