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Oysters have been shown to improve water quality, so researchers decided to investigate what happens to the seafloor soils beneath oyster farms where copious amounts of poop hit the ground.
Planners, members of the fishing industry, and developers share what went well with Block Island Wind Farm—and what could have gone better—to aid...
Dennis Nixon, director of Rhode Island Sea Grant, recognized by Roger Williams University for career in marine law.
With some of Rhode Island's restaurants closed or curtailing their menus in response to the Covid-19 pandemic, local seafood...
Crean recognized for role in developing Rhode Island’s plan to help coastal communities address sea level rise, flooding, and erosion.
Years-long waits for relief are just one of the problems facing federal buyout programs.
By Cynthia Drummond | The Westerly Sun NARRAGANSETT — It will come as no surprise to local anglers that different fish species are now found in...
New study by the Rhode Island Sea Grant Legal Program looks at the legal liability of dam owners as the risk for dam failure grows, increasing the risk of damages to life and property.
Sea Grant-funded researchers highlight oysters as a potential protein alternative to reduce greenhouse gas emissions compared to land-based meat production.
In the Media
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How RI’s Shellfish Industry is Innovating During Coronavirus
Turning the wind’s kinetic energy into electrical power is gaining popularity, so much so that 2,000 offshore wind turbines could be erected off the East Coast in the next 10 years. Read more >>
The term “blue economy” has been popping up in headlines and economic outlines with increasing frequency during the past 10 years. Read more >>