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.
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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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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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