Sea Grant Program Official Logos
If you need a Sea Grant logo, you've come to the right place. If you're wondering how your logo is supposed to look and be used, you're in luck again. Sea Grant communicators developed the logo and these guidelines to help the Sea Grant network establish a uniform, classy, and professional "corporate image." In the interest of presenting a consistent face to our many publics, we communicators fervently urge everyone who uses the logo to use it as detailed here.
Included in the links below is information about proper use of the Sea Grant logo. If you have further questions, contact Dave Partee.
Looking for a particular Sea Grant logo? See the FAQ to find out where to get the Sea Grant logo.
Manual for Graphic Identity Standards
background information and instructions for correct use of logo
- Frequently asked questions
about how to use the official logo and where to get it
- The History of the Sea Grant Logo
[PDF; 1.2 MB] • High-res version [10.4 MB]
PowerPoint presentation given by Kurt Byers at 2011 Sea Grant Extension Assembly and Communicators Conference, Put-In-Bay, Ohio
- Logo history documentation
[PDF; 2.5 MB]