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10/16/2020 In Media: $2.1 Million Awarded for Sea Grant Research on NY’s Coastal Environment | Research - News: NYSG has awarded more than $2.1 million to support six coastal science research projects —three of which are being led by Stony Brook University faculty — that explore topics relating to and benefiting New York’s coastal environment, communities and economies.
10/05/2020 In Media: Challenges and Opportunities for New York Aquaculture Farmers | Seafood Safety and Technology - News: Aquaculture or aquafarming includes the farming of fish, shellfish as well as aquatic plants and other organisms.
09/16/2020 $2.1 Million Awarded for Sea Grant Research on NY’s Coastal Environment, Communities & Aquaculture | Research - Press Release: “This set of projects will contribute to the long-standing and growing body of NYSG-supported science-based knowledge available to coastal communities in New York State.”
09/22/2020 NYSG's “Currents Clips” Wins 2020 Folio Award for ‘Best Social Media Public Awareness Campaign’ | Currents Clips - News: Launched in mid-2019 as a limited series, this collection of one- to two-minute videos immerses NYSG's subscribers and followers into the program's coastal research, extension and education work.
07/10/2020 In Media: New York Sea Grant’s Rapid Response to COVID-19 | COVID-19: New York Sea Grant's Rapid Response Support for its Coastal Stakeholders - News: In Summer 2020, NYSG rolled out some COVID-19 rapid response projects to assist New York’s coastal users, including beach-goers, charterboat captains, anglers and seafood producers.
05/08/2019 Currents Clips | News: This is a new series of one to two minute video summaries that immerse NYSG's Web site visitors, social media followers and NY Coastlines subscribers into the program's coastal research, extension and education stories.
09/07/2020 Using Oceanography to Track Fish Populations | Marine Fishery Resource Center / Research - News: NYSG-funded researchers have developed models and tools that can help us understand the health of marine fisheries, particularly in future scenarios with a changing climate.
08/07/2020 On YouTube: Small Grant Project Supports Fishing Clinic in Brooklyn | Marine Fisheries Resource Center: Small Grants - News: Through a NYSDEC-NYSG small grant program, the Brooklyn Bridge Park Conservancy received $15,000 to lead a partnership that engages student anglers in data collection targeting key recreational fish in the East River.
06/20/2020 In Media: SBU Researcher Discusses Clam Genome Project | Marine Fisheries Resource Center - News: A consortium of scientists is on the brink of completing a genomic map of the hard clam in an ongoing offensive against QPX disease and the effects of extreme heat.
06/27/2020 On YouTube, On Air: For Hire Boating - Signs and Decals | COVID-19: New York Sea Grant's Rapid Response Support for its Coastal Stakeholders - News: NYSG is providing NYS’s saltwater and freshwater for-hire boating sector with a series of posters and decals to encourage public compliance with boating-specific COVID-19 safety precautions
08/12/2013 SBU SoMAS, NY Sea Grant Honor Retiring State Senator, a Leader in New York on Marine Resource Issues | General - News: At the event, NYSG Associate Director Cornelia Shlenk addressed Senator Owen Johnson, saying, "Clearly marine issues and their importance to New York have been a high priority for you."
01/31/2013 Sea Grant Supports Cornell CALS 'From Farm to Fork' NYC Event | Marine Fisheries Resource Center - News: New York Sea Grant 'at the table' as Cornell University's College of Agriculture and Life Sciences (Cornell CALS) serves up a treat for invited attendees in Manhattan. At the late-January 2013 event, NYSG staff unveil the program's new poster on "Rethinking the Seafood Industry: Building Economic Resilience in Coastal Communities."
12/17/2012 WWWhat's Trending: Community Supported Fisheries Concept Simmers | New York Coastlines, Fall 2012: NYSG partnered with Cornell Cooperative Extension and others for a couple of unique cooking competitions that showcase the importance of local seafood in restoring a healthy ocean ecosystem.
08/15/2012 Sea Grant and Cornell University Partner for Another Seafood Throwdown | Marine Fisheries Resource Center - Press Release: Seafood Throwdown, a unique cooking competition that show cases the importance of local seafood in restoring a healthy ocean ecosystem, is coming to the Second Annual Celebrate Grown on Long Island Day Farmers Market on Friday August 17, 2012 from 11am-1pm, to be held at Suffolk County Farm, 350 Yaphank Avenue, Yaphank NY 11980.
08/15/2012 On YouTube: Seafood Throwdown Encourages Sustainability and Community Supported Fisheries Concept | Marine Fisheries Resource Center - News: This video, shot and edited by documentary filmmaker Rick Morris, offers highlights from a mid-July 2012 seafood throwdown at Grand Army Plaza in Brooklyn, NY. This "seafood throwdown," a collaboration between Northwest Atlantic Marine Alliance, GrowNYC/Greenmarket and New York Sea Grant, was a unique cooking competition that emphasized the importance of local seafood in restoring a healthy ocean ecosystem.
07/14/2020 New York Coastlines, Summer 2020 | Publications - Articles / Web Extras: Check out stories from the summer 2020 issue of our flagship publication, NY Coastlines, and be sure you're on our e-list to receive our next issue, which is slated for release in that fall to our e-subscribers. We'll send you issues weeks before they're online.
04/07/2020 New York Coastlines, Spring 2020 | Publications - Articles / Web Extras: Check out stories from the spring 2020 issue of our flagship publication, NY Coastlines, and be sure you're on our e-list to receive our latest issue, which was released in mid-July to our e-subscribers. Sign up and we'll send you issues weeks before it's online.
06/13/2011 NOAA's Dr. Jane Lubchenco Visits NYSG | : Meet and Greet for Dr. Jane Lubchenco with New York Sea Grant and Partners at Stony Brook Universit...
03/02/2012 On YouTube: Safety at Sea: An Award-Winning Program | New York Coastlines, Winter 2012: Following two successful Safety-At-Sea training summer partner programs, New York Sea Grant was awa...
12/06/2019 New York Coastlines, Fall 2019 | Publications - Articles / Web Extras: Check out stories from the fall 2019 issue of our flagship publication, NY Coastlines, and be sure you're on our e-list to receive our latest issue, which was released in mid-February 2020 to our e-subscribers. We'll send you the issue before it's online in early March.
12/19/2011 NYS Conservationist Magazine Examines NYSG's First 40 Years | NYSG @ 40 - News: Recreational and commercial fishermen, seafood businesses, municipalities, researchers and educators—these are some of the important stakeholders that are served by New York Sea Grant, now in its 40th year of Bringing Science to the Shore.
06/14/2020 Let’s Science That: Brentwood High School Students Turn to Podcasts During Pandemic | Marine Fisheries Resource Center: Small Grants - News: “Let’s Science That!” gives students a voice - from podcasts to artwork, these young scientists are showcasing their talents in an offshoot of a "Marine Small Grants" project.
06/26/2020 In Media: Baiting the Community - Group Aids East River Fishing | Marine Fisheries Resource Center: Small Grants - News: The Bait Station, funded via a project from NYSDEC and NYSG, allows fishermen to assemble, bait, inspect and capture fish in a designated space, day and night, instead of gutting their catch over the ledge or on the ground.
12/10/2018 On YouTube: Stopping the Disease that has Wracked the New York Hard Clam Fishery | Marine Fisheries Resource Center / Research - News: In the last 16 years, a mysterious disease has devastated the New York hard clam fishery. Scientists call it QPX disease, which stands for “quahog parasite unknown,” referring to the organism that causes the disease.
09/08/2016 NOAA and Sea Grant Fund $800K in Ocean Acidification Research | Research - Press Release: Studies from Maine to New York will help investigators gain a better understanding of effects of ocean changes on iconic Northeast marine life.
03/14/2020 NYSG Partnership Helps Anglers with Special Needs | Publications: Success Stories - Extension (2020): A NYSG partnership helps anglers with special needs; installs first ADA-compliant bait station in East Harlem
03/15/2020 New York Sea Grant Research: Results and Impacts | Research - News: For nearly 50 years, New York Sea Grant has been supporting university-based research related to a variety of marine, Hudson estuary, and Great Lakes topics and issues.
02/14/2020 In Media: NY Sea Grant Contributes to Marine Aquaculture Research Projects | Marine Fisheries Resource Center - News: Two important aquaculture studies on New York’s marine waters being administered at Stony Brook University through NYSG are part of a national suite of 42 research projects and collaborative programs supported by $16 million in federal funding by NOAA to advance sustainable aquaculture in the United States.
02/14/2020 In Media: Funding helps researchers clam up | Seafood Safety and Technology - News: A collaborative effort to shore up East Coast clam populations is one of the Sea Grant projects that will share $16 million in federal funding from NOAA.
02/13/2020 In Media: Funding Announced for Recreational Fishing Projects in Local Communities | Marine Fisheries Resource Center: Small Grants - News: In 2019, The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation and New York Sea Grant distributed more than $74,000 in funding for several recreational fishing projects to benefit New York’s communities.
02/13/2020 In Media: New Esplanade Bait Station To Aid East River Anglers In Harlem | Marine Fisheries Resource Center: Small Grants - News: The ADA-accessible bait station on East Harlem's waterfront — where fishermen and fisherwomen can prepare bait, inspect catches to see if they require release and clean catches to take home — was funded by the Friends of the East River Esplanade through a $15,000 grant from New York Sea Grant.
02/13/2020 On Air: New El Barrio Bait Station Could Be 'A Prototype For Waterfronts Around The City' | Marine Fisheries Resource Center: Small Grants - News: The ADA-accessible bait station on East Harlem's waterfront — where fishermen and fisherwomen can prepare bait, inspect catches to see if they require release and clean catches to take home — was funded by the Friends of the East River Esplanade through a $15,000 grant from New York Sea Grant.
02/13/2020 On YouTube: East River's New El Barrio Bait Station Unveiled | Marine Fisheries Resource Center: Small Grants - News: The ADA-accessible bait station on East Harlem's waterfront — where fishermen and fisherwomen can prepare bait, inspect catches to see if they require release and clean catches to take home — was funded by the Friends of the East River Esplanade through a $15,000 grant from New York Sea Grant.
02/09/2020 No Child or Teacher Left Inside: Operation Salt Marsh Restoration | Marine Fisheries Resource Center: Small Grants - News: In this NYSDEC / NYSG-sponsored project, award-winning students and teachers from Smithtown West and Brentwood High School have suited up to not only restore salt marshes, but also develop solutions to how to preserve the marsh.
12/09/2018 New York Sea Grant and DEC Announce $100,000 Grants Available for Marine and Coastal Projects | Marine Fisheries Resource Center: Small Grants - News: Approximately $100,000 is available for this request for proposals, which will fund a minimum of five projects, each of which must be completed within a year. Funding for this small grants program is generated through the striped bass license plate.
09/29/2019 2019 Marine Small Grants Projects | Marine Fisheries Resource Center: Small Grants - Press Release: NYS Department of Environmental Conservation and New York Sea Grant award more than $74,000 in grants for Marine and Coastal District conservation, education and research projects
01/13/2011 On YouTube: NYSG Research on Declining Atlantic Sturgeon | : There is discussion about listing the Atlantic sturgeon as endangered. Though, preliminary results from a NYSG-funded project on the species show that there is a genetically distinct sub population in the Delaware River.
06/16/2011 After More Than 40 Years, Hempstead Harbor Reopens Shellfish Areas | Long Island Sound Study - News: On June 1, NYSDEC reopened approximately 2,500 acres of shellfish beds for shellfish harvesting in outer Hempstead Harbor and Long Island Sound.
09/29/2019 Advancing East Coast Aquaculture: NYSG Contributes to Several Marine Aquaculture Research Projects | Marine Fisheries Resource Center - Press Release: In NY's marine waters, NYSG will lead a three-year, $1.2 million collaborative effort to develop a hard clam selective breeding program to benefit clam farmers. We're also partnering on a $1.1 million National Sea Grant Seawood Hub collaborative effort led by Connecticut Sea Grant.
09/28/2019 National Sea Grant Awards $16 million to Advance U.S. Aquaculture | Seafood Safety and Technology - Press Release: New York Sea Grant is leading and/or involved in three of the research suite's projects, which aim to fill important gaps in aquaculture knowledge, advancement of existing efforts and development of new possibilities.
12/19/2018 New York Coastlines, Early Winter 2018 | Publications - Articles / Web Extras: NYSG's latest e-newsletter, New York Coastlines, has come ashore. Check out the Winter '18 edition, which features our latest fellowship as well as stories on coastal tourism, flood resiliency, stewardship, climate challenges and more ...
02/25/2019 Building Capacity to Assess Economic Impacts in Long Island’s Coastal Communities | Publications: Success Stories - Extension (2019): NYSG’s Impact Calculator enhances capability to assess coastal economic impacts
03/02/2019 In Media: Sea Grant's Taste of NY Intern Takes on Seafood Month | Marine Fisheries Resource Center - News: CCE Nassau County partnered with New York Sea Grant in Summer 2018 to organize an information desk at the Long Island Welcome Center.
07/02/2018 NYSG Summer 2018 Intern Encourages Support for Local Fishing Businesses | Marine Fisheries Resource Center - News: New York Sea Grant is partnering with CCE Nassau County to organize an information desk, which is available throughout July to distribute information about local seafood choices and seafood production.
02/25/2019 On YouTube: Nassau County Youths Learn About Marine Wildlife and Ecology | Publications: Success Stories - Extension (2019): A NYSG partnership is rebuilding a camp program to educate Nassau County youths about marine resources and ecology
12/10/2018 On YouTube: New Economic Report Identifies Keys to Long Island Growth in Tourism, Fishing | Marine Fisheries Resource Center / Research - News: A new economic calculator estimates potential gains and losses from investment in Long Island's coastal communities. The tool was created through a NYSG-funded project by Farmingdale State College's Richard Vogel.
02/25/2019 On YouTube: Seafood Awareness Month at Taste New York Market Place | Publications: Success Stories - Extension (2019): NYSG public education program builds support for Long Island seafood
03/24/2019 When Cultivating Oysters, Would High-Tech Food Help? | Research - News: This NYSG-funded study examines the development of small, local shellfish hatcheries and increasing hatchery production methods for existing hatcheries culturing the eastern oyster, Crassostrea virginica.
08/04/2016 "Grown on Long Island" Seafood Throwdown to Feature Young Reality TV Chefs | Marine Fisheries Resource Center - News: Long Island grown Mitchell sisters will compete in this fifth annual competition: MasterChef Junior Kayla vs. Chopped Junior Champ Lauryn
08/26/2017 In Photos: Changes in the Ocean Affect Economically Important Shellfish | Research - News: Stony Brook University investigator Chris Gobler and his team are collecting information that could foretell the fate of New York’s three most valuable bivalve fishery species: hard clams, eastern oysters and bay scallops.

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