Coast Day
Oct
6
11:00 AM11:00

Coast Day

Our theme for 2019 is "A Ripple Through Time" and emphasizes the ways scientists study changes in our environment over time and the ways Sea Grant extension agents and others work to improve our future.

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Delaware Aquaculture Association Meeting
Jul
25
8:00 PM20:00

Delaware Aquaculture Association Meeting

The Delaware Aquaculture Association (DAA) is a non-profit organization with the primary goal to promote, encourage, and assist in the development of aquaculture in the state of Delaware. Meetings are held at least twice a year with the annual meeting in January, to elect Officers and Directors and conduct other Association business. Current members include fish and shellfish producers, researchers, extension contacts, high school teachers, students and others. Membership in the Association is open to anyone interested in the advancement of aquaculture in Delaware.

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2019 Climate Change Academy for Educators
Jun
24
to Jun 26

2019 Climate Change Academy for Educators

  • 1044 College Drive Lewes, DE 19958 (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS
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This summer NOAA, DE Sea Grant, MD NERRS, and DE NERRS are partnering to offer the 2019 Climate Change Academy for Educators. This includes both online and in-person components in addition to implementation of climate topics into your class/programs.

Please keep in mind/add to your calendars the following dates:

Introductory Webinar: May 2, 4-5PM

Self-Paced Online Course: May 1 - June 21

In-Person Workshop: June 24 - 26

Implementation: Fall 2019 - Spring 2020

Register using this Google form.

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Big Storms & Rising Water: Voices Against the Wind
May
22
6:30 PM18:30

Big Storms & Rising Water: Voices Against the Wind

Delaware Sea Grant’s Ed Lewandowski and colleagues at the Sustainable Coastal Communities Initiative (SCCI) that he coordinates, in partnership with others at the University of Delaware, have created the Delaware Resilience Awareness Program (DelRAP) to engage the public in documenting and helping others learn about the ways intensifying storms and flooding are already affecting Delawareans.

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Big Storms & Rising Water: Voices Against the Wind
Mar
13
6:00 PM18:00

Big Storms & Rising Water: Voices Against the Wind

Delaware Sea Grant’s Ed Lewandowski and colleagues at the Sustainable Coastal Communities Initiative (SCCI) that he coordinates, in partnership with others at the University of Delaware, have created the Delaware Resilience Awareness Program (DelRAP) to engage the public in documenting and helping others learn about the ways intensifying storms and flooding are already affecting Delawareans.

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Delaware Fisheries Forum
Jan
29
5:30 PM17:30

Delaware Fisheries Forum

Where: University of Delaware Paradee Center

Conference Room, 69 Transportation Circle, Dover, DE 19901

Agenda Items

1. Introductions- E. Hale, Fisheries & Aquaculture Marine Advisory Specialist, Delaware Sea Grant

2. Review of Panel Discussion from Sustainable Marine Fisheries Forum 2/21/14- E. Hale

3. Fisheries Management - J. Clark, Administrator of Fisheries Section, Delaware Division of Fish & Wildlife

4. Applicable lessons from North Carolina’s Carteret Catch Model- E. Hale

5. Research needs of the commercial industry- D. Fox, Professor of Fisheries, Delaware State University

6. New Business

7. Next Meeting

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Delaware Fisheries Forum
Jan
22
5:30 PM17:30

Delaware Fisheries Forum

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Where: University of Delaware College of Earth, Ocean and Environment

Cannon Laboratory Room 104, 700 Pilottown Road, Lewes, DE 19958

Agenda Items

1. Introductions- E. Hale, Fisheries & Aquaculture Marine Advisory Specialist, Delaware Sea Grant

2. Review of Panel Discussion from Sustainable Marine Fisheries Forum 2/21/14- E. Hale

3. Fisheries Management - J. Clark, Administrator of Fisheries Section, Delaware Division of Fish & Wildlife

4. Applicable lessons from North Carolina’s Carteret Catch Model- E. Hale

5. Research needs of the commercial industry- D. Fox, Professor of Fisheries, Delaware State University

6. New Business

7. Next Meeting

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Leipsic Oyster Festival
Oct
13
11:00 AM11:00

Leipsic Oyster Festival

In addition to great food, the oyster festival has live music as well.

In addition to great food, the oyster festival has live music as well.

As part of his community development work, Delaware Sea Grant’s Ed Lewandowski, sustainable coastal communities specialist, helped the town of Leipsic launch its Waterfront Oyster Festival last year. It succeeded beyond organizers’ hopes and made the decision to turn it into an annual event an easy one.

Find information about this year’s festival at www.leipsicoysterfest.com, including the menu, a schedule of events and a history of the town.

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RASCL Coffee Hour
Sep
26
9:30 AM09:30

RASCL Coffee Hour

The Resilient and Sustainable Communities League Coffee Hour is an opportunity for community leaders, organizations, and businesses to network with adaptation and mitigation experts and learn about best practices. 

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