Sen. Richard Blumenthal honored former Connecticut Sea Grant Director Edward C. Monahan with a submission published in the Congressional Record on Oct. 23.
Oysters, sturgeon, salt marshes, stormwater and possible impacts of East River storm surge barriers will be the subjects of six two-year research projects being funded by Connecticut Sea Grant starting in 2020. The six projects will focus on different aspects of the ecosystem of the Long Island Sound watershed.
A new feature is being launched with the upcoming Fall-Winter issue of Wrack Lines magazine, where readers are invited to send photos, comments and questions about the places, people, plants, animals, habitats and articles in the current issue.
More facts and photos from the Hudson River National Estuarine Research Reserve.
The Connecticut Department of Economic and Community Development (CT DECD) Office of the Arts is partnering with Connecticut Sea Grant to enhance our Arts Support Awards Program, increasing the overall amount of funds available to $1,500. One or more awards will be made to an artist or group of artists through this competitive funding program.
If you’re an average Connecticut resident, you probably didn’t eat seafood more than once in the last week. But you might, if you knew more about how to prepare different types of fish, shellfish and seaweed, and where to buy local seafood.
A new video explores the ongoing research of UConn professors Hans Dam, Michael Finiguerra and Hannes Baumann into the response of copepods to climate change.
Connecticut Sea Grant Director Sylvain De Guise is interviewed for a segment of Comcast Newsmakers.
“A Guide to Marine Aquaculture Permitting in Connecticut,” a handbook about the regulatory process of commercial shellfish and seaweed aquaculture, is now available for viewing and download.
Lessons learned from the 1999 lobster die-off in Long Island Sound will provide the foundation for Connecticut Sea Grant’s contribution to a major Northeast collaboration to enhance understanding of potential changes to the nation’s primary lobster fishery in the Gulf of Maine and Georges Bank.