- Part of a national network advocating for healthy coastal and marine ecosystems
- Uses research, outreach, and education to accomplish its goals
- Partners with businesses and others on educational training, conservation, aquaculture, and more
Part of a national network of 34 university-based and consortium programs and the National Sea Grant Library, the Connecticut Sea Grant focuses on research, outreach, and education on achieving healthy coastal and marine ecosystems. These efforts include conservation activities, professional training for educators, aquaculture education and advocacy, and initiatives on other marine issues such as invasive species.
Connecticut Sea Grant is primarily funded by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, with matching funds supplied by the state of Connecticut through the University of Connecticut.
Who’s it for?
Any businesses seeking a partner on environmental, social, educational, or economic solutions to issues involving coastal environments and marine resources.