Sen. Richard Blumenthal honored former Connecticut Sea Grant Director Edward C. Monahan with a submission published in the Congressional Record on Oct. 23.
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.
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.
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.
As part of the National Sea Grant program’s $16 million in awards for collaborative aquaculture projects, Connecticut Sea Grant will lead two major new aquaculture initiatives and be a key contributor to two additional projects.
A video created by the University of Connecticut showcases the kayak eco-tour of Mystic River shellfish farms developed by Tessa Getchis, senior extension educator for UConn Extension and Connecticut Sea Grant, in partnership with local oyster farmer Steve Plant and a local kayak rental company.
Connecticut Sea Grant has received a Grand Award for its 2018 annual report in the national APEX 2019 competition for publication excellence.
Two teacher workshops on how to use Long Island Sound as the basis for life and earth science lessons will be offered in September.
One hundred pounds of litter – everything from deflated Mylar balloons and monofilament fishing line to plastic bottles, Styrofoam cups, straws, cigarette butts and lots of bottle caps — filled the buckets and reusable bags of 35 volunteers Thursday at Lighthouse Point Park as they helped launch a campaign to keep plastic trash out of Long Island Sound.