Couple examines frozen seafood at supermarket

Why There’s No Such Thing as Organic Seafood in the U.S. (mostly)

Sea Grant Law Fellow research uncovers complex issues, risks for would-be organic seafood growers If you prefer to buy organic...

Sole Sliders Take Top Prize

Sole Sliders Take Top Prize at 2019 Rhode Island Seafood Cook-off Recipe from Westerly Career and Technical Education’s team to...

Researchers Look at How the Block Island Wind Farm Impacts Recreation and Tourism

Social scientists report their research results at Coastal State Discussion  “Dreamy,” “awe-inspiring,” and “majestic” are just some of the words...

Winners of the 2019 Sea Grant-URI Research & Scholarship Photo Contest

Matthew Palasciano, a geological oceanography undergraduate student, took first place in the Research & Scholarship Photo Contest co-sponsored by Rhode...

Seafood Cook-Off to Feature Gray Sole

  High school culinary students to compete in 2019 Rhode Island Seafood Cookoff featuring gray sole Warwick Area Career &...

Overcoming Impediments to Shellfish Aquaculture: Case Studies

More than half of the population of the continental United States resides in coastal communities, which are increasingly home to...

March 27: How Oysters Alter Coastal Waters

JOIN US for a discussion on new research looking at how oysters – which can filter over a gallon of water every...

Putting the Year in Perspective

OUR 2018 YEAR IN REVIEW Putting the year in perspective. 2018 was a good year for Sea Grant, so we...

Block Island Wind Farm

Recreational and Commercial Fishermen View the Block Island Wind Farm Through a Different Lens

By Todd McLeish | Courtesy of URI Today KINGSTON, R.I. – January 10, 2019 – Commercial fishermen have very different...

Rhode Island Sea Grant Call for Research Proposals for $2 Million Investment

Narragansett––Rhode Island Sea Grant is now accepting pre-proposal submissions for research projects that will be funded from February 1, 2020...

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