The Shoreline from California Sea Grant
Responsible aquaculture lures support in California
Aquaculture is still a rarity in California. A recent workshop at Moss Landing Marine Laboratories brought together experts working to change that.
Morro Bay mystery: From eelgrass to mudflat?
From 2007 to 2017, Morro Bay’s eelgrass beds nearly disappeared. A new study helps explain why levels remain low.
Fourth California Climate Assessment helps communities prepare for impacts
California Sea Grant experts contribute to the new report, which boils down climate projections into a useful analysis for state and local decision makers.
Cooperative coordinator to help Bay Area respond to sea-level rise
Brenna Mahoney has been appointed as the new coordinator of the San Francisco Bay and Outer Coast Sentinel Site Cooperative.
San Diego canyon restoration helps prepare for climate risks
According to a new report, restored canyons may be more resistant to floods, water contamination, and wildfires—risks projected to increase with climate change.
Two California students awarded NMFS-Sea Grant fellowship
Sabrina Beyer, a PhD student at UC Santa Cruz, and Gabriel Englander, a PhD student at UC Berkeley, were among eight graduate students nationwide to receive the fisheries fellowship.
Coastal Management Fellow and Knauss Finalists announced
Five recent graduates from California universities have landed prestigious national fellowships in coastal management and marine policy
The latest California Sea Grant blog posts
Stories from fellows and extension specialists
Community Roundtable Facilitation 101
Q&A with Monique Myers:
How will climate change affect California’s
Swim safely... some science behind bacteria in our waterways
Living the Sacramento life as a fellow with State Parks
Russian River coho salmon continue their comeback
Waves of Change