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Earth Day

Check out your local Sea Grant program and get involved!

NOAA Sea Grant celebrates Earth Day by sharing scientific knowledge and the wonders of our ocean, coastal, and Great Lakes environments with our citizens. Be it through the citizen monitoring programs that span from Maine to Alaska or working with students who compete in the Ocean Science Bowls across the country, Sea Grant programs are promoting environmental literacy in their communities and preparing the next generations of the scientific workforce.

Sea Grant uses a three tiered approach of research, education, and outreach. Our programs unique affiliation with research universities allow us access to new, relevant research, and our extension agents, education specialists and communicators make that research available and understandable to those in their communities who need it.  

 

So whether your celebrating Earth Day in Mobile Bay or in Tampa Bay, check out your local Sea Grant program and get involved!

 

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