On the Bay
Eva May • February 20, 2020
It’s 9 a.m. in Baltimore, I’ve had too much coffee, and I’m nervous. I walk up to the podium, and with encouraging nods from my colleagues, give a brief—and I mean brief—introductory spiel about a project I’ve spent the better part of a year working on. I look around, seeing largely unfamiliar faces from local government offices, nonprofit organizations, and academic institutions. Read more . . .
Rona Kobell • February 14, 2020
Oysters living within the cozy confines of a hatchery here in Maryland wouldn’t ordinarily get in the mood on Valentine’s Day. It’s cold outside, and bivalves like summer loving. Read more . . .
RAS-N Project Underway: 3-year effort kicks off with meeting in Wisconsin and presence at Aquaculture America in Hawaii
Maryland Sea Grant • February 13, 2020
Last fall we became lead partners with University of Maryland, Baltimore County (UMBC), in a multi-state consortium to receive a $1.2 million grant to study how to optimally grow Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar) in land-based aquaculture systems. Read more . . .
Who Runs the (Hatchery) World? Increasingly, women are behind the microscope and in charge of the tanks
Rona Kobell • January 28, 2020
This post is the first in a series highlighting the work women are doing in regional oyster hatcheries. Read more . . .
Taryn Sudol • November 26, 2019
Some call it high tide flooding, others refer to it as sunny day flooding, while still others call it “king tide.” But no matter the name, we’ve seen the impacts of rising waters, which led to a recent flight where scientists and a journalist took to the air to document the water on the ground for the... Read more . . .