A whale flips its tail amid a red cloud of poop.
Researchers use fecal samples to establish hormone baselines for stress and reproduction
Katherine Gwynn
Katherine Gwynn created the plan during an internship organized by Oregon Sea Grant and DEQ
jars of canned tuna
Video features tips from Oregon Sea Grant and OSU Extension
Supplies for STEM activity bags, which were supplied to children in Lincoln County.
Oregon Sea Grant staff have been stuffing the bags with supplies and instructions and delivering them to libraries
A nicoise salad made with albacore tuna is served at Local Ocean's restaurant in Newport.
Oregon Sea Grant is a partner on the initiative, which includes sharing recipes on social media
Fisherman Kenny Bushnell stands on his boat and talks to participants in a Shop at the Dock tour in Garibaldi, Oregon
When dockside tours in Garibaldi were canceled because of COVID-19, Amanda Gladics looked for an alternative
Oregon Sea Grant Extension Boating Outreach Coordinator
About 80 sites exist in Oregon where boaters can dispose of their sewage or use floating restrooms
View of Haystack Rock, a seastack in the Pacific Northwest coast, on a clear day at the beach.
Oregon Sea Grant’s Angee Doerr is a co-author on the paper
A whale breaches near a boat off the Oregon coast
Researchers used drones to photograph 171 whales off the Oregon coast from 2016-18
George Waldbusser, a biogeochemist at Oregon State University, straps a bag of oysters to rebar as a control while doctoral student Sophia Wensman places a bag of oysters on top of empty oyster shells in Netarts Bay.
Projects focus on beach grass, groundfish trawling, sea lions and oysters
Student in front of poster
Attendees can see artwork and talk to college students about their research