October 10, 2017

Seventy-Five Percent of the Menu
Fresh, local and sustainable—one chef’s goal

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July 17, 2017

Making Waves:
Report Examines Impacts and Solutions for Shoreline Erosion

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July 5, 2017

For the Love of Oysters:
Taking growers from novice to master

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June 5, 2017

Unusually Usual:
Extreme Rainfall Events On The Rise

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April 26, 2017

Virginia’s Secretary of Agriculture and Forestry
Visits VASG Extension

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November 23, 2016

The Jimmy Buffett of Fish Farming

Mike Schwarz is farming fish to fight the shortcomings of the wild harvest of aquarium fish.
November 9, 2016

Amphibious Architecture in Hampton Roads?

The latest adaptation forum explored how emergent technologies, like floating foundations, can be used to solve Hampton Roads’ recurrent flooding problem.
October 20, 2016

From Bayside to Oceanside

Science teachers explore coastal ecosystems with VIMS educators.
October 4, 2016

Where Money Meets Water

Tom Murray has been an economist at the Virginia Institute of Marine Science since 1999.
July 27, 2016

Using Service Learning to Build Flooding Resilience

ODU extension encourages service learning partnerships that increase resiliency in underserved coastal communities.
May 3, 2016

Extension Leads Conversation on Whelk Management Toward Sustainability

Bob Fisher hopes that changing whelk management will take stress off both populations and fisheries.
April 19, 2016

VIMS Extension Staff Encourage Non-Native Catfish Research Collaboration

Tom Murray and Bob Fisher organized a meeting to share non-native catfish research updates.
April 14, 2016

Serving an Icon and an Invader at the 24th Chefs’ Seafood Symposium

Virginia’s culinary community learned about native oysters and invasive blue catfish at this year’s Chefs’ Seafood Symposium.
March 7, 2016

New VIMS Education Specialist Revamping Online Portal

Celia Cackowski is a new Virginia Institute of Marine Science education specialist affiliated with Virginia Sea Grant.
September 18, 2015

VT Extension Partner to Help Validate Possible Antibiotic for Marine Aquaculture

Currently there are no approved antibiotics to treat diseases in marine aquaculture. VT and partners at Southern Illinois University Carbondale are working on it.
August 31, 2015

New Fishing Gear May Improve Survival after Catch-and-Release

With funding from NOAA, Virginia Sea Grant extension partnered with industry and other Sea Grant programs to develop and test new fishing gear to bring released fish below the surface and improve survival.
August 27, 2015

Catch, Release, Survive: New Study is Like Coming ‘Full Circle’ with Black Sea Bass

Bob Fisher has spent years working with industry to improve the survival of young black sea bass that accidentally get caught. Today, he is working on the same problem, but this time with recreational anglers.
August 13, 2015

Forum 9 (July 24, 2015): Getting the Word Out on Flooding

At the Hampton Roads Adaptation Forum on July 27, experts gathered to discuss ways to communicate frequent flooding events and flooding risk to citizens of Hampton Roads.
August 11, 2015

New Initiative Helps Saltwater Aquarium Industry ‘Go Green’

Adding new fish to your saltwater aquarium may be getting more sustainable, thanks to researchers at the VSAREC.
July 14, 2015

VT Researcher Studies Water Quality at Virginia Oyster Hatcheries

With support from Virginia Sea Grant, David Kuhn is documenting water chemistry and quality at six Virginia oyster hatcheries to see how it relates to larvae production.

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