Aquaculture Information Exchange Launches
Virginia Sea Grant launches the USDA and NOAA supported Aquaculture Information Exchange online community platform.
2023 Graduate Fellows Announced
The Graduate Fellows will receive professional development opportunities through the fellowship as they address coastal resource issues.
VASG to Lead Research Into Contaminated Stormwater
Virginia Sea Grant Receives $458K to study stormwater contaminants in socioeconomically disadvantaged communities.
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Virginia Sea Grant Launches the USDA and NOAA Supported Aquaculture Information Exchange Online Community Platform The Aquaculture Information Exchange (AIE)) online community platform website is now live and open for new user registrations. The AIE represents a joint effort between NOAA’s National Sea Grant Office, NOAA’s Fisheries Office of Aquaculture, USDA’s Agricultural Research Service (ARS), USDA’s National
Above left to right: Kacey Hirshfeld Clayton, Allison Lepp, Natalie Lerma, Lauren Alvaro, Chelsea Gray, and Kesten, Bozinovic 2024 Knauss Fellowship Finalists Announced Five Virginia students and one Washington, D.C. student have been chosen as finalists for Sea Grant’s prestigious 2024 John A. Knauss Marine Policy Fellowship program. They will join more than 1,600 Knauss alumni who have
Above left to right: Daniel Lassiter, Mahshid Ahmadian, Julia Grenn, Megan Beever, Alyson Hall, Adrian Robins, and Zlatka Rebolledo Sanchez. (Photos provided) 2023 Graduate Fellows Announced Virginia Sea Grant is pleased to announce the 2023 Graduate Research Fellows. These graduate students from across Virginia will receive professional development opportunities through the fellowship as they address coastal resource issues. During the fellowship, each
VASG to Lead Research Into Contaminated Stormwater Virginia Sea Grant was awarded $458,863 in funding for the identification and mitigation of contaminants of emerging concern (CEC) in stormwater in socioeconomically disadvantaged communities of the Chesapeake Bay watershed. Virginia Sea Grant and the Virginia Water Resources Research Center brought together a partnership among the mid-Atlantic state
Team Science Brings together Multiple Disciplines to Tackle Big Problems Virginia Sea Grant hosted 32 graduate and post-graduate students for two Team Science workshops designed to teach effective problem-solving strategies while working in transdisciplinary teams. The workshop is part of an NSF grant-funded partnership between VASG, Virginia Institute of Marine Science, Virginia Commonwealth University, University
Norfolk State University Joins Virginia Sea Grant Norfolk State University (NSU) has joined the Virginia Sea Grant (VASG) community, making it the seventh institution to join the network partners. Virginia Sea Grant (VASG) is a Commonwealth-wide, multi-university organization with a mission to enhance the ecological, economic, and social sustainability of coastal and ocean communities in
Seafood Symposium Shows Chefs How to create Sustainable Dishes More than 100 culinary professionals, students, and representatives of related culinary industries gathered at the Virginia Institute of Marine Science for the 30th Chef’s Seafood Symposium. The symposium is an annual education program that provides information on the latest seafood science, fisheries news, seafood cooking techniques
Virginia Sea Grant has been selected to develop and host an online aquaculture community platform in partnership with NOAA and the USDA.
As air bubbles escape during refueling, they push small amounts of fuel back out of the fuel tank and onto the boat — or into the water.
Janaya Belcher and Zachary Evans will join the group of students interning with VCPC this summer.
Virginia teachers dipped their toes in coastal science during a field course offered on the Eastern Shore in June.
The Virginia Institute of Marine Science Marine Advisory Program welcomes extension specialists Sarah Borsetti and Lexy McCarty.
With the added stress from warming water temperatures and low oxygen, how will cobia fare in a changing climate?
Working with community members on the ground to identify priorities — and finding ways to accomplish those goals — is part of what makes the RAFT process unique.