Winners of the Sea Grant-URI Research Photo Contest

Temitope Ogunwumi, an art/communication studies undergraduate student of from Cumberland, R.I., took first place in the Research & Scholarship Photo Contest co-sponsored...

Baird Sea Grant Science Symposium Proceedings: All Eyes on the Bay

Lobsters with shell disease, fewer crabs, less kelp, a water column seemingly devoid of life. More productivity in the open...

Chlorine: Killing Pathogens, Not Aquatic Life

That “pool” smell that may trigger fond memories for some while nauseating others isn’t from chlorine. It’s from chloramines, chemicals...

Sliding into First, Cranston Wins Seafood Cook-off

Monkfish sliders take top prize for Cranston Area Career & Technical Center at the 2018 Rhode Island Seafood Cook-off The contenders...

Clear Water Raises Concerns for Fishermen

If attendees at the Ronald C. Baird Sea Grant Science Symposium were united by a concern about the health of...

Algae bloom in Narragansett Bay good news for R.I. shellfish industry

By Alex Kuffner | Courtesy of the Providence Journal At the Baird Sea Grant Science Symposium held in December, some...

Shellfish Shorts: The Business of Shellfish

Commercial shellfishing is an important part of Rhode Island’s food economy. Michael McGiveney, a longtime shellfisherman, and Conor McManus, a marine biologist,...

Shellfish Shorts: Shucking Demo

Bob “Skid” Rheault, executive director of the East Coast Shellfish Growers Association, takes us step-by-step on how to easily and safely shuck an...

The Murder Mystery of Narragansett Bay’s Winter Flounder

For decades, winter flounder have been disappearing from Narragansett Bay, but the question remains: What, or who, is killing them...

Beach SAMP Unveils Final Chapters on Coastal Resilience Plan

By Cynthia Drummond | Courtesy of the Westerly Sun NARRAGANSETT — The developers of the latest Shoreline Change Special Area...

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