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California Sea Grant sends four Knauss Fellows to Washington, D.C.

2017 Knauss Fellows from California (left to right): Kaitlyn Kalua, Christine Sur, Noah Ben-Aderet, and Tori Bahe

Can the U.S. have its fish and eat it too?

Leatherback turtle consuming a jellyfish. (NOAA's National Ocean Service)

Changing waters in Humboldt Bay: Extension Specialist Joe Tyburczy awarded funds to track ocean acidification

Hog Island Oyster Company owner Terry Sawyer shows staff of the Ocean Protection Council how oyster seed is grown in rafts in Humboldt Bay. Pictured L to R: Jennifer Phillips, Cyndi Dawson, Deborah Halberstadt and Sawyer. Photo credit Joe Tyburczy

The knowledge of native peoples in coastal science

Giving thanks for a coastal heritage 10,000 years old

Dam remediation spells victory for Russian River salmon

New fish passage opens 11.2 miles of prime habitat for endangered salmon that had been blocked for decades.

NOAA Sea Grant awards two grants for aquaculture workshops to California

The workshops will address growth, permitting and monitoring

Humboldt Bay Symposium unites residents to discuss changing environment, future development

CA Sea Grant Extension Specialist organizes regional science forum

New report identifies next steps for offshore aquaculture in Southern California

A joint effort of NOAA, California Sea Grant, and the Aquarium of the Pacific, the report provides recommendations for the growth and expansion of offshore marine aquaculture in Southern California

The geographic inequity of San Diego seafood availability

In San Diego, local seafood is limited to the coast

Salmon expert joins California Sea Grant Extension team

Fisheries biologist Mariska Obedzinski has served as a project manager with California Sea Grant since 2004

Craving crab? California Sea Grant answers health and safety questions following fishery closures

FAQ sheet includes tips for buying, preparing and finding the latest news on California crab during domoic acid events.

Seagrass in the Spotlight

Sea Grant researchers work to restore seagrass, a key to growing fisheries and reducing ocean acidification

Three CA graduate students receive NMFS-Sea Grant Fellowships

Fellowship recipients to study the population and ecosystem dynamics of living marine resources

Twelve Early-Career Scientists Named Delta Science Fellows

Awards honor young researchers studying Sacramento Bay-Delta issues

California Sea Grant Names 2016 Knauss Marine Policy Fellows

Two California students will spend the next year in Washington, D.C., working on science policy

Extension Specialist Jennifer O’Leary receives Pew Fellowship in Marine Conservation

O'Leary is the first Sea Grant Extension Specialist to earn this award

California Sea Grant awards $2.6 million to 10 research projects

Research projects will explore climate change, aquaculture, pesticides, and ecosystem dynamics

To prepare for climate change, California Sea Grant funds emergency research on El Niño storms

Scientist: 'It’s like we’re looking at 250 years of California sea level rise.'