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Oregon Sea Grant serves the state, region and nation through an integrated program of research, outreach, and education that helps people understand, rationally use and conserve marine and coastal resources.
We apply the best available science to timely and important ocean and coastal issues, and engage with coastal stakeholders to help them reach informed decisions. We support scientific excellence and innovation, foster new generations of marine scientists and encourage ocean science literacy among people of all ages.
Based at Oregon State University and working with scientists, scholars and communities statewide, we're part of the national network of NOAA Sea Grant College Programs.
A study led by a University of Oregon marine biologist has moved the seafood industry one step closer to farming gooseneck barnacles, which are a pricey delicacy in Spain and a common sight on the West Coast.
Funded byOregon Sea Grant, researchers found that juvenile gooseneck barnacles in a lab grew at rates comparable to those of their counterparts in the wild.
The post UO study moves seafood industry closer to farming gooseneck barnacles appeared first on Breaking Waves.
Registration has opened for Oregon Sea Grants annual State of the Coast conference, which will be held Oct. 28 in Florence.
Billed as Oregons coastal conference for everyone, the event aims to bring together the public, scientists, fishermen, resource managers, teachers, students and conservationists. Attendees will have the opportunity to learn, network and talk about the current status and future of Oregons marine environment.
The post ‘State of the Coast’ conference set for Oct. 28 in Florence appeared first on Breaking Waves.
What's this weird thing I found on the beach? When is Dungeness crab in season? How can I prepare for earthquakes on the Oregon coast?
Have questions about Oregon's ocean and coastal environment? Oregon Sea Grant has the answers - or can help you find someone who does!
(Or try OSU Extension's Ask an Expert)