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Invasive Marine Species Found in Point Judith Marina

Warmer waters mean new species are making their way north.

Communities May Be Faced with Elevating or Abandoning Coastal Highways

Hundreds of miles of road are at risk from predicted sea level storm surge – pressing communities to think now about future infrastructure. Rhode Island Sea Grant Law investigates the legal and policy considerations of elevating or abandoning roads.

Offshore Wind Farms Worry Fishermen from Point Judith to New Bedford

Expansion of offshore development may come cost both Massachusetts and Rhode Island fishermen without proper research.

Shellfish Farm Tour Highlights Challenges to Industry

Despite Rhode Islanders' love of local oysters, the actual practice of aquaculture is controversial in many of the residential areas immediately surrounding the state's aquaculture farms.

The Breathing Bay

Sea Grant funded-researcher features work on Narragansett Bay in National Geographic's Open Explorer

Why There's No Such Thing as Organic Seafood in the U.S.

Sea Grant Law Fellow research uncovers complex issues and risks for would-be organic seafood grower.