A partnership of the Connecticut, New Hampshire and North Carolina Sea Grant programs and Lighthouse Consulting Group has completed an initial national framework to guide Sea Grant’s investments in the field of Contaminants of Emerging Concern.
“All Creatures Great and Mostly Small” is the theme of the Spring-Summer 2022 issue of Wrack Lines magazine, filled with stunning images and engaging articles about some of the marine and terrestrial animals around us and the people who devote their attention to them.
CTSG, UConn Extension and the Long Island Sound Study announce the hiring of Extension Educators Deb Visco Abibou and Alicia Tyson, charged with facilitating efforts to better serve coastal communities dealing with a range of hazards and reducing barriers to developing sustainable communities.
On Earth Day a few weeks ago, Syma Ebbin reflected on how science and nature poetry can work in symbiosis, with each informing and magnifying the message of the other. The presentation encapsulated many of the reasons Ebbin excells in her job at CTSG and UConn, where she was recently promoted.
UConn and Connecticut Sea Grant will unveil a sign at Hammonasset Beach State Park at 10 a.m. on May 7 to raise awareness of conservation efforts for the endangered Atlantic sturgeon.
The Long Island Sound Seaweed Bioextraction Symposium will take place virtually on May 18 and 19, with Connecticut Sea Grant’s Anoushka Concepcion and Robert Pomeroy among the speakers.
Jessica LeClair knows Connecticut both as a native and a public servant, and now she’s bringing that personal and professional expertise to Connecticut Sea Grant and the Long Island Sound Study.
Teachers, learn how to take your students on an interdisciplinary field trip that incorporates NGSS, history and science into an unforgettable interdisciplinary and educational experience for all grade levels.
A new fact sheet, “The Relationship between Aquaculture and the Public Trust in Connecticut, Massachusetts and Rhode Island” seeks to improve understanding of the public trust doctrine and use of public waters for shellfish aquaculture in these three states.
“A Handbook for Increasing Ocean Literacy: Tools for Educators and Ocean Literacy Advocates,” is now available to help educators and other ocean advocates teach, learn, and communicate about the ocean. CTSG Education Coordinator Diana Payne is one of the co-editors.