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Science Serving Florida’s Coasts

Florida Sea Grant is a university-based program that supports research, education and extension to conserve coastal resources for residents and visitors and enhance economic opportunities for the people of Florida.
Florida Sea Grant envisions a future where people use our coastal and marine resources in ways that capture the economic and social benefits they offer, while preserving their quality and abundance for future generations.

Our funding opportunities span a range of interests and enable students to make a real difference for Florida’s coast while carving out their own path for the future.

Florida Sea Grant supports the work of scientists and researchers in a wide variety of disciplines from institutions across the state. Our competitive funding opportunities address the critical issues affecting our coastal resources and economy.

We ensure Florida’s workforce is highly trained and prepared to respond to the state’s complex marine and coastal issues.

2018-2022

Economic
Impact

$55.6M

Generated
from FSG activities

>100

Businesses
sustained

icon people

>1K

Jobs
Sustained

*Cumulative impact under 2018-23 Strategic plan

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Featured Scholar

Hayley
Lemoine

Ph.D. Candidate,
Rasster Lab,
Florida State University

Events Calendar

Upcoming
Events

Take a bite out of marine science!

In 2022, Bite-Sized Science webinars are highlighting the statewide citizen science projects helping to conserve Florida’s coasts. Join experts from Florida Sea Grant and UF/IFAS Extension each month for a free 30-minute talk on projects addressing water quality, microplastics, species monitoring and more.

Featured Extension Agents

Learn more about Florida Sea Grant’s IFAS Extension Agents.

Library

Search our resource database for publications, fact sheets, presentations, and other communications tools and templates.

Your support directly impacts activities that conserve and sustain Florida’s precious ocean and coastal resources.