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Recycled Shrimp Nets to Reduce Litter

Recycled Shrimp Nets to Reduce Litter

Recycled Shrimp Nets to Reduce Litter Trawl2Trash is a new program developed by Marine Extension and Georgia Sea Grant in partnership with the Consortium and commercial shrimpers in Georgia and South Carolina. Through this project, which was funded by the National Sea...
From Spent Brewery Grains to Sustainable Fish Food

From Spent Brewery Grains to Sustainable Fish Food

From Spent Brewery Grains to Sustainable Fish Food Aquaculture production is growing worldwide, and there is an emerging need to develop new protein sources for nutritionally balanced, cost-effective, and sustainable ​fish feeds. As part of the Consortium’s 2020-2022...
Jump-Starting Careers for Students

Jump-Starting Careers for Students

Jump-Starting Careers for Students The Consortium recently launched a Career webpage for undergraduate and graduate students who may be interested in potential job opportunities, fellowships, and locating a mentor in their field of study. The webpage introduces...
Students Discover Underwater Creatures with Bioracks

Students Discover Underwater Creatures with Bioracks

Students Discover Underwater Creatures with Bioracks Translucent skeleton shrimp, barnacles, and tunicates (commonly known as “sea squirts”) are some of the nearly microscopic organisms inhabiting the sides of piers, pylons, docks, and jetties. These organisms, called...
S.C. Sea Grant Board of Directors Meeting Scheduled

S.C. Sea Grant Board of Directors Meeting Scheduled

S.C. Sea Grant Board of Directors Meeting Scheduled S.C. Sea Grant Consortium Board of Directors will hold its annual meeting from 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. on November 29, 2021 at the College of Charleston President’s boardroom, Randolph Hall 2nd floor, 66 George...