Official websites use .gov
A .gov website belongs to an official government organization in the United States.

Secure .gov websites use HTTPS
A lock ( ) or https:// means you’ve safely connected to the .gov website. Share sensitive information only on official, secure websites.

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

 

Related Posts
Aquaculture

Sea Grant Aquaculture Academy in New Hampshire

Sea Grant aquaculture professionals from across the country convened in Portsmouth, NH in early April for a 4-day intensive “Sea Grant Aquaculture Academy” hosted by New Hampshire Sea Grant with support from North Carolina Sea Grant.

Read More >
Images of Sea Grant's work in research, education and extension provided by (from left to right) Wisconsin, Guam and Florida Sea Grant programs. Design by Hallee Meltzer | National Sea Grant Office.
Alabama

Sea Grant takes center stage in Oceanography special issue

NOAA Sea Grant-funded research and work with coastal and Great Lakes communities across the nation are being highlighted in a special issue of “Oceanography,” the official journal of The Oceanography Society. 

This special issue, published in April 2024, features 36 articles contributed by Sea Grant authors across 29 programs and the NOAA National Sea Grant Office. 

Read More >
Scroll to Top