Friday, September 19, 2014

Where We Work

Map of Sea Grant College Programs

NOAA's National Sea Grant College Program partners with 33 state Sea Grant programs located in every coastal and Great Lakes state, as well as Guam and Puerto Rico.   Through their research, education and outreach activities, Sea Grant has helped position the United States as the world leader in marine research and the sustainable development of coastal resources.

In addition to the State Programs, two Sea Grant Projects (the Law Center and Library) also work to further Sea Grants mission, while an assortment of informal and formal networks and communities of practice foster collaboration and information sharing between programs and stakeholders

Sea Grant Programs

At the nexus of local, state, national and sometimes international interests, the Sea Grant Programs ensure that local needs receive national attention, while implementing national commitments at the local level.

Regional Collaboration

Sea Grant recognizes the value in identifying and prioritizing needs on a regional level as a cornerstone of sound ocean, coastal and Great Lakes ecosystem management. Sea Grant continues to solidify its regional partnerships with each of the eight NOAA regions, bringing together academic institutions, federal, state and local government agencies, and non‐governmental organizations to address regional issues.

Networks & Communities of Practice

Sea Grant has established informal and formal networks and communities of practice in order to collaborate and share information with each other and a variety of stakeholders. Explore our Networks.

Impacts & Accomplishments

Highlights Coming soon!

In the meantime please search all our full list of Impacts & Accomplishments in the News Section here.

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