Search
× Search


New Hampshire Sea Grant achieved college status in 2003 and is based at the University of New Hampshire. They work to address the needs of New Hampshire's coastal communities through research, education and outreach.

Visit New Hampshire Sea Grant's website

New Hampshire Sea Grant by the Numbers

2017 (pdf)

2016 (pdf)

 

SEA GRANT WORK IN NEW HAMPSHIRE RESULTED IN*

$2.7M

ECONOMIC IMPACT

13

BUSINESSES

5922

VOLUNTEER HOURS

1507

PEOPLE ENGAGED IN SEA GRANT-SUPPORTED INFORMAL EDUCATION

 
 
 

*Metrics are direct results of Sea Grant work between February 1, 2020 and January 31, 2021 as reported by Sea Grant programs in Summer 2021. Economic impact = market and non-market value of Sea Grant's work; value of jobs and businesses. Businesses = the number of businesses created or sustained as a result of Sea Grant efforts.

New Hampshire Sea Grant Featured Impacts

Meet New Hampshire Sea Grant Experts


Gabriela Bradt, Ph.D.

Commercial Fisheries Extension Specialist - Dr. Bradt's research aims to inform the use of invasive green crabs as a possible seafood product. This would help control the spread of the invasion, while also providing added income to local fishermen that are experiencing trouble with the current wild harvest fisheries.


"If we are going to have enough supply for restaurants and other markets...we need to be able to get a whole bunch of them [green crabs] to molt around the same time."

Alyson Eberhardt

Coastal Ecosystems Specialist - Alyson is working with Caitlin Peterson, the Citizen Science Outreach Coordinator, to coordinate a community-based sand dune restoration project to increase coastal resilience along the N.H. coast.


"I have always been very interested in applied science, and science that has direct connections to people and solving real world probelms. To me, that really embodies what Sea Grant is."

Michael Chambers, Ph.D.

Marine Aquaculture Extension Specialist - Michael Chambers designed an Integrated Multi-trophic Aquaculture (IMTA) Platform which provides seed to local farmers to help sustain oyster, mussel and seaweed aquaculture in the region.


We've seen one farm grow to now 14 farms, so it has been a tremendous growth in the past 7 years."

New Hampshire Stories and News

Sea Grant, DOE, NOAA Fisheries fund six projects for the coexistence of offshore energy with Northeast fishing and coastal communities

0 60

Sea Grant, DOE, NOAA Fisheries fund six projects for the coexistence of offshore energy with Northeast fishing and coastal communities

The Northeast Sea Grant Consortium—in partnership with the U.S. Department of Energy’s Wind Energy Technologies Office and Water Power Technologies Office, and NOAA’s Northeast Fisheries Science Center—today announced six projects to advance social science and technology research on offshore renewable energy in the Northeast United States. This funding opportunity, which awarded over $1.1 million in federal funds, seeks to catalyze research for the coexistence of marine energy—including wind, current, tidal, and wave energies—with Northeast fishing and coastal communities.

Downriver and Out to Sea

0 424

Downriver and Out to Sea

Stories of sea run fish, the people who care about them, and the Sea Grant researchers working to understand and restore these ecologically vital fish

Sea run fish – fish that migrate between fresh and saltwater – hold meaning to many New England communities as food, as income, as history and as a key part of a functioning ecosystem. But many unknowns about these fish remain. Across New England, Sea Grant researchers are working to understand how these populations are changing, what habitats are most important to them and how to restore once vibrant runs of sea run fish. 

 

Sea Grant announces $2 million in support of 2021 American Lobster Initiative efforts

0 3144

Sea Grant announces $2 million in support of 2021 American Lobster Initiative efforts

Sea Grant announces $2 million in support of the Sea Grant American Lobster Initiative to address scientific and stakeholder needs associated with this important fishery. This is Sea Grant’s third year of research and extension funding to address critical gaps in knowledge about how American lobster is being impacted by environmental change in the Gulf of Maine, Georges Bank and southern New England.
 

ECO Magazine's Rising Seas issue features Sea Grant's work in resilience

0 1932

ECO Magazine's Rising Seas issue features Sea Grant's work in resilience

ECO Magazine's Rising Seas explores sea level rise, its related challenges, and the solutions currently underway. In this special, digital publication, learn about NOAA’s efforts to help the country adapt to rising sea levels and see Sea Grant's work in coastal resilience.

Science Serving America's Coasts

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

 

DOCSeal-white
DOCSeal-white