Students use an online quarantine estimator to determine how long zebra mussels can survive out of water. By varying the settings, such as location in country and month of the year, students can observe how the time needed to dry a boat is related to the time of year and the local climate (humidity and temperature). This curriculum on invasive zebra and quagga mussels is part of the Menace to the West on Oregon Sea Grant's website.
This is a one-page fact sheet about invasive zebra and quagga mussels. It includes a map of the U.S. where the mussels have spread and other quick facts. The sheet is part of the invasive species curriculum Menace to the West. It is hosted on the Oregon Sea Grant website.
Samuel Chan, Tania Siemens, Rick Cooper |
Mar 2021 |
Q: I have a backyard pond that is pretty small- about 5x10. I was told that getting fish would help keep the pond clean of algae, which would be helpful. But I'd love to have frogs and a local garden center has native ...
Meet Amanda Cavitt, the General Manager of the Garibaldi Portside Bistro. She shares her insights on keeping seafood on the menu during the COVID-19 pandemic, how they prepare their smoked albacore tuna melt, and her advice for learning how cook seafood at home.
A short guide to the commonly caught commercial seafood species in Oregon. Includes information on management, season, habitat and life history, fishing gear used to catch it, pounds landed and value of the fishery, and fun facts for 12 of the major fisheries in Oregon.
Jamie Doyle, Amanda Gladics |
May 2020 |
Discover the many different types of seafood harvested in Oregon. These local foods can be used in a wide variety of recipes and are tasty substitutes for seafood shipped from further away. Use the map and business listings below to find seafood caught or grown in Oregon. Search for recipes, or share your own using #EatOregonSeafood.
Learn more from Julia Wentzel of Food Roots about how you can access flash frozen, locally caught seafood in Tillamook County during the Covid-19 pandemic, and some ideas of seafood dishes you can make at home.
Meet Julia Wentzel of Food Roots and learn more about their Farm Table store and how you can access flash frozen, locally caught seafood in Tillamook County during the Covid-19 pandemic. Watch part 2 of this interview at https://media.oregonstate.edu/media/t/0_0hkhikej