The Oregon Sea Grant serves the state, region and nation through an integrated program of research, outreach, and education that helps people understand, rationally use and conserve marine and coastal resources.
This video describes the Fishermen-Led Injury Prevention Program (FLIPP) and its innovative research that involves commercial fishermen, researchers, extension agents, and coastal community members to understand injuries at sea better.
A short guide to the commonly caught commercial seafood species in Oregon. Includes information on management, season, habitat and life history, fishing gear used to catch it, pounds landed and value of the fishery, and fun facts for 12 of the major fisheries in Oregon.
Jamie Doyle, Amanda Gladics |
May 2020 |
Eat Oregon Seafood - Where to Buy Oregon Seafood
Discover the many different types of seafood harvested in Oregon. These local foods can be used in a wide variety of recipes and are tasty substitutes for seafood shipped from further away. Use the map and business listings below to find seafood caught or grown in Oregon. Search for recipes, or share your own using #EatOregonSeafood.
Oregon Sea Grant funded the creation of the website, which is an outreach component of a study it funded on how groundfish bottom trawling may impact areas of Oregon’s seafloor previously closed to fishing.
Oregon State University was designated a Sea Grant college on Sept. 17, 1971, and thus Oregon Sea Grant was officially created. In this video, six people describe how Oregon Sea Grant has been making a difference in the ...
Oregon Sea Grant: Oregon Sea Grant serves the state, region and nation through an integrated program of research, outreach, and education that helps people understand, rationally use and conserve marine and coastal resources.
Topics Jamie works on include: marine debris, seafood education, local food systems, seafood processing, working waterfronts, coastal master naturalist, State of the Coast, and social science research.
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