Musical compositions created by the collaboration of an oceanographer, pianist and composer and funded by the CT Sea Grant Arts Support Award will be performed in March.
The Long Island Sound Research conference convenes every other year, rotating venues between the states of Connecticut and New York. Highlighted at this biennial conference is the diverse research occurring in the Long Island Sound and its watershed.
The Sustainable and Resilient Communities team will host two in-person workshops in March 2024 with funding organizations.
Six research projects relevant to Long Island Sound and continuing improvements in its restoration and management have been selected by Connecticut Sea Grant for the 2024-2026 funding cycle.
Shell recovery, frequent 2023 bed closures, town-by-town updates among other topics at Annual Gathering of Shellfish Commissions on Feb. 3.
Near sunset last Nov. 6, commercial fisherman John Genther of Madison was steering his boat back home after a day of catching whelk when he spotted a bright blue object about a half mile ahead in the water.
Two new additions to the Connecticut Aquaculture Video Series highlight master wampum maker Allen Hazard and Connecticut shellfishing history.
The 2024 Coastal Perspective Lecture Series begins at 7:30 p.m. Feb. 6 with a talk titled, “The Development, Construction and Fisheries Monitoring of Ørsted’s South Fork Wind Farm.”
The CT and NY Sea Grant programs announce the Long Island Sound Study extra-mural research program. Preliminary proposals are invited for the funding period of January 1, 2025, to December 31, 2026.
We’re looking for teams (of 2) K-12 teachers to promote the use of Long Island Sound educational resources and to promote the interdisciplinary use of the Sound’s watershed and its resources in classrooms. Stipends for each teacher, as well as funds for resources are available.