Elementary schoolchildren gain an enhanced appreciation of their marine environment.
Erin Shew, a graduate student at the University of Alaska Fairbanks, has been awarded a Sea Grant fellowship to learn about federal marine policy.
A new online boater’s travel guide written by Terry Johnson describes the eastern and central Gulf of Alaska, from west of Glacier Bay to Seward.
It's here! We are excited to announce the arrival of the long-awaited field guide to marine mammals and sea turtles of Hawaii, California, Oregon, and Washington.
Workshops • Meetings • Classes
Oct 7–9, 2015
Nov 5–6, 2015
A training program for future leaders in the seafood industry
Nov 9–13, 2015
Jan 27–29, 2016
Feb 8–9, 2016
Feb 10–12, 2016
Every Halibut Counts: About half of the halibut caught by Alaska anglers are released, due either to regulation or fisherman preference. A small percentage of released halibut succumb to injury or stress. Anglers can reduce the mortality of these fish by following a few simple practices.
Alaska's changing climate is altering our coastal landscape. With thoughtful planning we can minimize impacts to our communities, businesses and lifestyles, and in some cases we may find ways to benefit from the changes.
Saving money on boat fuel can be as easy as simply slowing down or as complicated as replacing a boat engine. Our resources for vessel fuel efficiency offer tips, publications, articles and more.
Community-based monitoring in Alaska is widespread and growing. Alaska Sea Grant and AOOS have teamed up on an Alaska Community-Based Monitoring website to provide information, guidance and resources to CBM programs.
Alaska Sea Grant and the Alaska Ocean Observing System host a bimonthly one-hour Alaska Marine Policy Forum conference call with Alaska participants interested in marine policy. The next call is September 23 at 1 pm Alaska Time. Join us to hear the latest about marine funding, legislation, and state and federal policy. Visit the AOOS website for contact information and notes from previous calls.