Florida Sea Grant will be reviewed on November 19-21, 2019, by a team convened by the National Sea Grant College Program. The review will be conducted at Florida Sea Grant’s administrative offices in Gainesville, Florida, and will consider all aspects of Florida Sea Grant’s programs including management and organization, performance, stakeholder engagement and collaborative activities,…
This Saturday, Sept. 21, is the 34th annual International Coastal Cleanup, an effort by coastal communities to remove trash from their beaches and coastal areas. Created and run by The Ocean Conservancy, a national nonprofit, the program relies on local partners to orchestrate and run the cleanups. To date, more than 1 million volunteers…
National Sea Grant Office announces three aquaculture opportunities. Three funding opportunities for up to $13.5 million in aquaculture research have been announced by the National Sea Grant College Program of the U.S. Department of Commerce. The opportunities address distinct aspects of domestic aquaculture and bear different deadlines for letters of intent. The national office will give…
In his new role, Martinelli will be steering the state’s collective response to stony coral tissue loss disease, which has plagued Florida’s 360-mile-long reef tract since 2014.
During her fellowship, Grant will help the Conservation Clinic develop programming in the area of social vulnerability to climate change.
Florida Sea Grant is now seeking letters of intent for two-year coastal and ocean applied research grants that reflect priorities identified in the current Florida Sea Grant Strategic Plan.
Florida Sea Grant researcher rethinks how cities can adapt to rising seas.
Sea Grant helps scientists conduct their research and disseminate it to the public.
Answers to the frequently asked questions about Florida’s lingering red tide.
UF/IFAS and Florida Sea Grant Release First-of-its-Kind Dune Restoration Manual for the Florida Panhandle
As recovery and restoration efforts ramp up post-Hurricane Michael, restoring the towering sand dunes that define beaches across Florida’s Panhandle has become a critical priority to local, state and federal agencies as well as coastal residents.