In this blog, UConn senior Sarah Schechter shares how her experiences in the UConn Climate Corps class led to an independent study project and a summer internship project focusing on climate change impacts in Connecticut.
Wrack Lines issue receives APEX 2020 Grand Award
The Spring-Summer 2019 issue of Wrack Lines magazine has received a prestigious Grand Award in the APEX 2020 Annual Awards for Publication Excellence competition.
2019 Annual Report highlights work of CT Sea Grant
With lively photos, quotes from stakeholders and easy-to-read summaries, the new annual report offers an inviting way to find out what CT Sea Grant has been up to in the 2019 fiscal year.
Plastic trash is medium for message of new art exhibit
“Among the Tides,” a new exhibit featuring the work of photographer Elizabeth Ellenwood, will be on display at the Alexey von Schlippe Gallery at the University of Connecticut’s Avery Point Campus from Jan. 23 through March 15, with an opening reception Jan. 24. Ellenwood is the recipient of a 2019 Connecticut Sea Grant Arts Support award.
CT Sea Grant contributes to 2019 State of the Birds report
The Connecticut Audubon Society’s 2019 Connecticut State of the Birds report, released on Dec. 5, includes an article by Connecticut Sea Grant Communications Coordinator Judy Benson.
Concepcion talks about kelp for public radio, news article
Aquaculture Extension Specialist Anoushka Concepcion explained the promise and challenges of kelp farming in Long Island Sound for two news outlets.
Explore new outlooks from Hudson to LI Sound to your yard
“Rethinking Relationships…with the places we love” is the theme for the Fall-Winter 2019-20 issue of Wrack Lines magazine.
Congressional Record honors former Sea Grant director Monahan
Sen. Richard Blumenthal honored former Connecticut Sea Grant Director Edward C. Monahan with a submission published in the Congressional Record on Oct. 23.
Share your photos, comments, questions with Wrack Lines
Wrack Lines Share and Tell is a new feature where readers of Wrack Lines magazine are invited to send photos, comments and questions about the places, people, plants, animals, habitats and articles in the current issue. It has been launched with the Fall-Winter 2019-2020 issue.
Survey could help efforts to get more seafood eaten in CT
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.