European Green Crab Stakeholder/Partner Meeting (Outer Coast) Feb. 17, 2022

The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) along with partners including Washington Sea Grant, University of Washington, Pacific County Vegetation Management, Willapa Grays Harbor Oyster Growers Association, Pacific Seafoods, tribal co-managers, and others convened a webinar to share information and gain a better understanding of the status of European green crab on Washington’s outer coast on Feb. 17, 2022. We also discussed the structural landscape of the management of green crab, emergency management actions, and funding requests for 2022 and beyond, as well as facilitated a panel discussion and Q&A. A webinar on European green crab in Washington's Salish Sea was also held on Feb. 15, 2022, with the recording available our YouTube channel: https://youtu.be/thrv-MDiQf0

Direct links to presenters and panel discussion in this webinar:

0:00 - Start
4:54 - EGC Structural Management Landscape – Ron Coleman, WDFW: https://youtu.be/fdVKg4ZaSc4?t=294
26:33 - Hot Topic: Shoalwater Bay Indian Tribe & Willapa Bay – Larissa Pfleeger-Ritzman, SBIT: https://youtu.be/fdVKg4ZaSc4?t=1592
46:15 - Green Crab 2022 Status – Emily Grason, WA Sea Grant and Sean McDonald, UW: https://youtu.be/fdVKg4ZaSc4?t=2774
2:18:45 - EGC Management Actions/Funding Requests – Allen Pleus, WDFW: https://youtu.be/fdVKg4ZaSc4?t=8325
2:49:26 - 2022 EGC Communication, Outreach, and Public Reporting – Chase Gunnell, WDFW: https://youtu.be/fdVKg4ZaSc4?t=10166
2:57:55 - EGC Expert Panel Discussion and Q&A: https://youtu.be/fdVKg4ZaSc4?t=10675

More information on European green crab is available on our webpage:
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