× Search

Pennsylvania Sea Grant Achieves College Status

The Department of Commerce will award Penn State with the highest status a Sea Grant program can achieve

Anonym 0 5231 Article rating: 3.0

On April 1, the Department of Commerce will award Penn State University with Sea Grant College status, the highest status that the National Sea Grant College Program provides. This award is based on the success of Pennsylvania Sea Grant. 

Hopes for Habitats

Artificial homes will aid lake fish populations

Anonym 0 5628 Article rating: No rating

Working with Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission and local anglers, Pennsylvania Sea Grant involves high school students from Central Career and Technical School in building structures to improve fish habitat in Lake Erie. 

Students come together to reduce toxins in the environment

By educating students Pennsylvania Sea Grant is helping reduce harmful PPCPs in our waterways

Anonym 0 6949 Article rating: No rating

Pennsylvania Sea Grant helped students at Mercyhusrt University complete a year long social change campaign to educate their college community about the issues involved in pharmaceutical and personal care product use and disposal. 

The City of Chester Vision 2020 Climate Adaptation Planning Elements

Pennsylvania Sea Grant

Anonym 0 5431 Article rating: No rating

With funding from the 2012 National Sea Grant Climate Adaptation Competition, Chester was selected as a model coastal community for integrating climate change adaptation planning into economic revitalization efforts. Here are recommendations from the Chester Climate Task Force adopted as an addendum to the Vision 2020 comprehensive plan for the City by Chester City Council on June 25, 2014. (PDF, 80 pages).

Great Teachers Explore the Great Lakes

The B-WET program provides critical support for formal and in-formal educators

Anonym 0 5459 Article rating: 3.0

Through the The Bay Watershed Education or B-WET program Pennsylvania Sea Grant and Ohio Sea Grant provide critical support for formal and in-formal educators through an extensive three-day teacher education workshop on the importance of the natural resources in the Great Lakes.


Science Serving America's Coasts

National Sea Grant College Program
1315 East-West Highway | Silver Spring, MD 20910 | 301.734.1066
Contact Us