Sea Grant welcomes proposals for two competitive opportunities to advance aquaculture research, address barriers to aquaculture, and expand aquaculture production.
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.
Washington Sea Grant assesses the economics, environmental effects and growth potential of clams and oysters in America’s foremost shellfish-growing state.
Maryland Sea Grant Extension Helps Shellfish Growers Produce Oyster Seed
Hatchery promises a comeback for commercial oyster harvests, the once thriving industry in Georgia.
South Carolina Sea Grant Consortium helps growers refine mariculture practices, supports research on triploid oysters, and connects oyster farmer and eco-tourism company.
The National Sea Grant Law Center helped launch the Agricultural and Food Law Consortium, providing expertise on aquaculture, fisheries, seafood labeling, and more.
Illinois-Indiana Sea Grant is helping place more Indiana-farm-raised fish on menus in the Midwest through events like the Aquaculture Industry Tour for Culinary Professionals.