RJ Shelly and his Co-investigators received Over $25 thousand from the Matagorda Bay Mitigation Trust for public educa
College Station, Texas — Oysters are often referred to as the superheroes of the sea, and for good reason. Besides being widely loved as delicious seafood, oysters provide many environmental benefits along the Texas coast. Oysters are considered a keystone species, meaning they are important players in the overall health of the ecosystems they inhabit….
The 300-gallon saltwater aquarium was previously located at Texas A&M’s Memorial Student Center.
Disaster Resilience Workshop, Plenary Discussion to Include City of Bryan Mayor and U.S. Business Council for Sustainable Development
This DIRE-FEWS workshop is slated for Aug. 17, and is sponsored by Texas Sea Grant and Texas Engineering Experimentation Station.
Results of the citizen science data will help determine the fate of oil rigs in the Gulf.
These Knauss finalists are among 86 finalists across the United States nominated by their respective Sea Grant programs.
Texas Sea Grant’s Grants-In-Aid of Graduate Research Program provides grants to students conducting marine or coastal research
Peter Gibson will be mentored and gain valuable field experience through the Texas Sea Grant Community Engaged Internship Program.
MAGNOLIA BEACH, Calhoun County, Texas – A conservation success hatched today on the shores of the Magnolia Beach in Calhoun County, Texas. A sea turtle nest containing approximately 45 hatching Kemp’s ridley eggs was discovered, and turtles successfully made their way to the water. “This has never happened in modern times,” said Dr. Pamela Plotkin,…
Dr. Debalina Sengupta will lend her expertise to extension activities associated with the Resilient Communities and Economies.
Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service and U.S. Congressman Michael T. McCaul presented awards to Texas Sea Grant.
Forecasters at NOAA’s Climate Prediction Center are predicting above-average hurricane activity this year, giving 2022 the seventh consecutive above-average hurricane season.
The program will train Texans interested in becoming weighmasters at sportfishing tournaments.
Executive and Legislative Host Office placements mark the beginning of the Knauss fellowship for Lauren Howe-Kerr and Ed Higgins
Texas Sea Grant is seeking applications, due April 1
These grants support research that can positively impact Texas and its citizens.
Texas Sea Grant to fund 13 undergraduate research scholars at Texas A&M University and Texas A&M University at Galveston
Texans interested in oyster farming can learn about techniques, regulations, permitting, and more at oyster.texasseagrant.org.
Sea Grant-supported researchers will produce data allowing decision makers to see the ecological and economic impacts of removing oil rigs or creating artificial reefs.
Texas A&M University achieved formal designation as a sea grant college 50 years ago.
Return ’Em Right Launches – A New Angler-Driven Program Tackling Barotrauma in Gulf of Mexico Reef Fish
Return ‘Em Right, a new program launching this September, will tackle release mortality due to barotrauma in Gulf of Mexico (GOM) reef fish. This program will offer GOM anglers an opportunity to sharpen their release skills when targeting reef species.
Lauren Howe-Kerr and Ed Higgins selected as 2022 Finalists for the John A. Knauss Marine Policy Fellowship Program
Knauss finalists are chosen through a competitive process that includes several rounds of review at both the state Sea Grant program and national levels. Howe-Kerr and Higgins are among 74 finalists across the United States nominated by their respective Sea Grant programs.
Matthew Kammann will work with the Sustainable Fisheries and Aquaculture team to lend support and expertise to the NOAA Better Bycatch Reduction Device project.