Maryland Sea Grant Extension Helps Shellfish Growers Produce Oyster Seed
A blog written by and about fellows funded by Maryland Sea Grant provides valuable experience in communicating about science.
Rita Colwell was the first director of Maryland Sea Grant
When Rita Colwell, a pioneering marine microbiologist, became the first director of Maryland Sea Grant in 1977, she launched the new program as a major player in Chesapeake Bay science by supporting basic research and applying its findings to real-world problems.
Accessible computer model links land use to water quality in coastal bays
Sea Grant programs in Maryland, Delaware, and Virginia are teaming up to improve water quality on the Delmarva Peninsula by assisting local planners with the reduction of land use impacts.
Sea Grant's role in the NOAA Sentinel Site Program
In the spirit of the collaborative nature of NOAA's Sentinal Site Program, Sea Grant provides coordinators to foster relationships among the various partners studying sea level rise and addressing community resilience.