New Study shows how eating more oysters could reduce greenhouse gas emissions

If Americans replaced 10% of their meat consumption with oysters, the greenhouse gas savings would be the equivalent of keeping...

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

The teams arrived at the Warwick Career and Technical Center from around Rhode Island, chopping and searing, sauteing and frying,...

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 &...

Rhode Island Sound’s Role in Fueling Harmful Algal Blooms in Narragansett Bay

Anchored boats and buoys slowly emerge from and vanish back into the fog that lays thick across the water’s surface...

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...

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,...

Workshop on Market Demand & Supply for Scup in RI

Workshop on Market Demand & Supply for Scup in RI

This workshop will share findings related to a recent Rhode Island Sea Grant-funded project to better understand markets for scup in...

Aquaculture in Ninigret Pond

State of Aquaculture in Rhode Island Salt Ponds

Join us for this public event focused on the state of aquaculture in Rhode Island’s salt ponds. The program will feature...

Quahog Hot Spots in Narragansett Bay

Some areas of Narragansett Bay, such as Barrington Beach, are well-known quahog hot spots. But how did they get that...

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