July 27, 2012

Participate in our joint MIT & Woods Hole Sea Grant Survey

The National Sea Grant Program and individual Sea Grant programs are developing strategic plans for 2014-2018. The four major focus areas for the plan are (1) Healthy Coasts, Oceans and Great Lakes; (2) Safe Sustainable Fisheries and Aquaculture; (3) Resilient Coastal Communities and Economies; and (4) Environmental Literacy and Workforce Development. With this 5-minute survey, we are soliciting your input in identifying the most important issues within these focus areas for the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.

Click to take our Massachusetts Sea Grant survey by September 15, 2012

You may also open the survey by pasting this URL into your browser window: http://survey.constantcontact.com/survey/a07e658wqwnh4lnktiq/start . Thank you in advance for participating in our survey to inform our efforts in support of constituents across the Commonwealth. The survey should take five minutes to complete, but if you happen to leave the survey and are unintentionally "timed out" then please restart the process from a different browser window. We do value your feedback. Please visit our web sites to learn more about each programs' research, outreach and education efforts. You are welcome to contact us with questions or to discuss our current and planned activities.


Judith E. McDowell, Ph.D.
Director, Woods Hole Sea Grant

Judith Pederson, Ph.D.
Advisory Leader and Regional Project Coordinator, MIT Sea Grant College Program