From the Director
Education: We're Back in the Classroom!
Research: Maximizing Surf Clam Aquaculture in a Changing Climate
Research: Project Measures Views on Seals and Sharks
Extension: Getting a Leg Up on Floodplain Management
Woods Hole Sea Grant’s COAST program is back in the classroom! In February, after nearly two years of virtual programming, WHSG educator Grace Simpkins returned to schools in Falmouth, Barnstable, Mashpee, and beyond, providing in-person, hands-on coastal ocean science lessons…Read More
If you’ve ever walked along the beach and found a giant clam shell, big enough to bring home and use as a soap dish, you’ve seen a surf clam. And if you’ve ever enjoyed a bowl clam chowder or a…Read More
Newly released research results highlight striking differences and some similarities in the way visitors, voters, and commercial fishermen view seals and white sharks on Cape Cod. The findings of the Woods Hole Sea Grant-funded project can help advance marine conservation,…Read More
Woods Hole Sea Grant sponsored three 2022 John A. Knauss Marine Policy Fellows from Massachusetts. They are among 68 fellows placed in federal government offices in Washington, D.C. In this issue we profile Violet Doucette, who began her fellowship in…Read More
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