razor clams
Microplastics can attract chemicals, which might harm the organisms that eat them
2017 Summer Scholar Katie Gregory working in the field on the coast
Supported by Oregon Sea Grant, interns were paired with mentors at state and federal agencies for 10 weeks.
Jenny East
Jenny East tells boaters where they can find floating restrooms, pump out their holding tanks or flush away the contents of their portable toilets.
Gooseneck barnacles grow on top of thatched barnacles.
Juvenile gooseneck barnacles in a lab grew at rates comparable to those of their counterparts in the wild
U.S. Senator Jeff Merkley recognizes Sea Grant Shop at the Dock program at a town hall meeting in Newport.
"Thank you, Oregon Sea Grant! The Sea Grant program is a textbook example of a smart and targeted investment in local communities that helps create economic growth," U.S. Senator Jeff Merkley.
Joe Phillips, of fishing vessel Triggerfish, shows off an albacore tuna during a Shop at the Dock tour in Newport in 2016.
Free tours connect seafood lovers with commercial fishermen and fish markets
Crew members on the Delma Ann haul in a crab pot and hit it against a banger bar to force the crustaceans out of the pot. Because of a fisherman's suggestion, researchers are looking for ergonomic banger bars.
Ideas include ergonomic equipment and tips for novice crew members
Michele Longo Eder stands in front of a fishing boat
As industry regulations change, women become more involved in 'politics of fishing'
Dori Dick
Knauss fellow and OSU grad Dori Dick helps revise guidelines that take climate change into account
Eva Lipiec in Washington, D.C.
Knauss fellow and OSU grad informs Democrats about fisheries treaties, coastal hazards and protections for salmon
two girls look at seagrass in a mudflat
The Oregon Coast STEM Hub has supported over 130 activities for students since 2014
raw oyster on the half shell with lemon and fork
OSU's George Waldbusser is partly responsible for saving the Pacific Northwest oyster industry.