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Catch Sea Grant at Capitol Hill Ocean Week

Capitol Hill Ocean Week (CHOW), hosted by the National Marine Sanctuary Foundation, gathers people together from across the U.S. and around the world to engage in a dialogue on how to sustain the health of our ocean and Great Lakes. CHOW takes place virtually June 8-10, 2021, is open to the public and free to attendees.


Connect with Sea Grant at the CHOW 2021 sessions below:


  • Improving Resource and Climate Policy Engagement in U.S. Territories; Tuesday, June 8, 2:30-3:30 pm ET; Featuring Austin J. Shelton (University of Guam Sea Grant)
  • Elevating JEDI Voices in Climate Science to Strengthen Communities and Coasts; Tuesday, June 8, 5:15 – 6 pm ET; Featuring Melissa Watkinson (Washington Sea Grant)
  • DEIJ Reflections and Resolution; Wednesday, June 9, 5:15 – 6 pm ET; Sponsored by the Sea Grant Association, Sea Grant, and the Women’s Aquatic Network


Click here to register for CHOW 2021


Learn about the session that Sea Grant and the Women’s Aquatic Network collaborated to host at CHOW 2019


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