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California Sea Grant announces finalists for the 2022 Knauss Marine Policy Fellowship

2024 Knauss Fellowship Finalists announced

Two California graduate students to join prestigious program

Kelp forest in California

Cutting-Edge Science for Kelp Restoration

Results from six innovative research projects will help protect and restore California's vital kelp forests

Natalie Cross headshot

2023 NOAA Coastal Management Fellows Announced

Natalie Cross, a recent Stanford graduate, among the slate of fellows

The Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta.

Finding the Human Dimension in Environmental Management

2022 California Sea Grant State Fellow Aaron Angel explains how combining social and ecological data can improve monitoring programs across the state

Sea Surface and Horizon. Photo credit/courtesy of: Petr Kratochvil.

Forging community and joint voices in the face of DDT’s environmental threat

When offshore DDT disposal in California resurfaced in the media, two Sea Grant programs joined forces

A view from the cliffs of the rocky coastline of Greyhound Rock State Marine Conservation Area.

California Sea Grant’s Role in Creating the MPA Network

The state’s unique network of marine protected areas extends for over a thousand miles and protects California’s coastal and marine ecosystems holistically

The Dutch Slough Restoration project, implemented by the California Department of Water Resources, is one of several projects meant to restore degraded Delta ecosystems

Locals to weigh in on San Francisco Bay Delta restoration

Amid expansive efforts to restore Delta ecosystems, one thing has been missing: a sense of what local residents think

A collage of headshots of the 27 state fellows in the 2023 cohort

California Sea Grant welcomes new class of state fellows

The year-long fellowship offers hands-on training related to policy and management of marine, coastal and watershed resources.

Aerial shot of landscape. Courtesy of DJ Fogbound.

Pinning down the pesticides

The volume and variety of pesticides sprayed in California seem almost incomprehensible. Nonetheless, Delta Science Fellow Nicol Parker has built a model that can track their toxic spread

Scripps Pier.

California Sea Grant welcomes Lian Guo as the new Research Coordinator

Lian Guo joins the team at California Sea Grant, which is based at Scripps Institution of Oceanography at UC San Diego.