Nine schools in Los Angeles are raising fish in their classrooms with the help of USC Sea Grant as part of the Food for Thought Aquaponics and Seabass in the Classroom programs.
North Carolina Sea Grant connects students of all ages with the coast through outreach and research, including new studies on middle-school students’ climate literacy.
New Jersey Sea Grant Consortium is perfectly situated to facilitate outdoor learning, attracting more than 20,000 students each year.
Washington Sea Grant assesses the economics, environmental effects and growth potential of clams and oysters in America’s foremost shellfish-growing state.
Washington Sea Grant and its partners LEED the way for waterfront dwellers trying to restore their shorelines.
This guide features strategies for local governments, conservation principles and neighborhood site design, stormwater best management practices and local case studies.
As a marine workforce crisis looms, Washington Sea Grant helps make Maritime Discovery Schools out of an entire school district.
Workforce Development: High school students in Texas’ Port of Port Arthur learn about the many jobs available in their own community — on land and at sea — to support...
The Alaska Seafood Processing Leadership Institute offers professional development and enhances promotion opportunities for Alaska’s seafood processing professionals.
Commercial fishing is one of the nation’s most dangerous occupations, nowhere more so than on the West Coast.