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Community Effort Provides $79,950 in COVID-19 Related Rapid Response Grants to Support Massachusetts Municipal Shellfish Initiatives

Woods Hole, MIT Sea Grant Programs lead effort with assistance from Barnstable County Cape Cod Cooperative Extension, Cape Cod 5, and Massachusetts Oyster Project to benefit both recreational and commercial fisheries across region.   December…
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Connecting Fishermen to Food Banks in a Time of Need | NOAA Fisheries

Innovative partnerships help fishermen and seafood farmers share the bounty of the sea with those who have less. Article by NOAA Fisheries Read about four initiatives around the country that helped provide a stable market for local fishermen…
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Visualizing a Resilient Coast: A Photographic Presentation with Visiting Artist Keith Ellenbogen

On Thursday, November 18, MIT Sea Grant hosted a coastal resilience presentation with our Visiting Artist Keith Ellenbogen in Hockfield Court, open to the MIT Community. >>View on the MIT Events Calendar Kickoff was at 5:30pm with an…
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Now Open: Knauss, NMFS-Sea Grant Joint Fellowship, and other Student Opportunities

MIT Sea Grant administers and promotes a number of fellowships and opportunities to support students pursuing studies in marine research. The application period is currently open for several programs: NOAA Office for Coastal Management’s…
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MIT IoT Seminar Series: Ocean IoT Focus

This Fall, the MIT IoT Seminar Series will focus on emerging technologies and research in Ocean IoT and their role in scientific exploration, climate change monitoring, underwater bioacoustics, marine robotics, and weather prediction. Some…
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Protecting Our Seagrass Habitat - Participatory Public Art & Talk

October 16 & 17, 2021 (View event page for schedule) 5 Necco Street, Boston, MA Nedret Andre, Protecting Our Seagrass Habitat Boston, Fort Point Channel Arts Community is pleased to announce “Protecting our Seagrass Habitat” a…
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MIT Sea Grant UROP Student Publishes Piece on Climate Change and the Lobster Industry

“I’ll have the lobster”: How Climate Change Affects the American Lobster and its Industry By Maggie Erwin, 2021 MIT Sea Grant UROP student intern under supervision of Research Scientist Dr. Carolina Bastidas Published in SEVENSEAS…
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Webinar 9/22 - From Boat to Food Bank to Dining Hall: How Local Chowder Became a Community Solution

September 22, 2021 from 2 - 3 pm Eastern Hosted by: Farm to Institution New England and the New England Farm & Sea to Campus Network Join FINE and the New England Farm & Sea to Campus Network (FSCN) for a one-hour webinar to learn…
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