A team developing the proposed North Carolina Oyster Trail will host free workshops in Wilmington and Morehead City to gather additional partners and reveal opportunities for future entrepreneurial development.
North Carolina Sea Grant is accepting letters of intent for research projects and programs that will significantly advance the understanding of the economics of U.S. aquaculture businesses and address gaps regarding important market information.
“StriperHub,” one of the National Sea Grant Office’s recently funded initiatives on sustainable aquaculture, is advancing the commercialization of marine striped bass.
North Carolina Sea Grant’s is again offering its popular course about the state’s coastal fisheries science. Registration is available for the four weekly sessions to be held at the University of North Carolina Wilmington starting Feb. 11. It is also available via webinar.
North Carolina’s Sea Grant and Space Grant programs are accepting applications for a one-year Graduate Research Fellowship for 2020-21. In order to provide more support for high-potential projects, the programs are now offering a single…