Alaska Sea Grant will offer a webinar on Alaska’s potential to join the growing seaweed farming industry. Find out about seaweed culture, harvesting, marketing and permitting, and how Alaskans can get involved in this multibillion-dollar industry.
Alaska Sea Grant is offering graduate students, or those who recently completed their degree, the opportunity for paid on-the-job-training in Alaska-based federal and state agencies as part of the Alaska Sea Grant State Fellowship Program. Students are also invited to apply for the highly competitive National Sea Grant Knauss Marine Policy Fellowship to work on substantive national policy issues in Washington D.C.
Alaska Sea Grant will offer three seafood-related educational and training opportunities in February. The courses cover direct marketing, process improvement, and skills to avoid foodborne illnesses.
The Alaska Marine Science Symposium offers opportunities for teachers and other educators to learn how to incorporate marine research into their classrooms.