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While the basics of the fishery remain the same, regulations, policies, economics and research continue to change in the blue crab industry. This workshop series is designed to cover topics important to crab fisherman, processors, shredders, and anyone else interested in the crab industry.
- updated blue crab regulations
- handling peelers and busters
- derelict crab trap closures
- shredding system water quality
- recirculated shredding demo
Please register by October 16. Lunch provided with advance registration.
To register or for more information, contact:
- Nichole Lundberg, (504) 873-6495
- Carol Franze, (985) 222-4962
- Julie Anderson, (225) 578-0771
Louisiana Sea Grant will host the Coastal Connections competition for University of New Orleans and Tulane University graduate students on November 21 at 11 am.
Join CERF in Mobile, Alabama on 3–7 November, 2019, as we endeavor to connect science and society in the collective goals of preserving coastal and estuarine habitats, resources, and heritage. Collaborate and discuss with more than 1,700 scientists and researchers from all over the world as you learn to be “Responsive | Relevant | Ready.”
The Louisiana Association of Teachers of Mathematics (LATM) and the Louisiana Science Teachers Association (LSTA) invite you to attend, present a session and/or exhibit during our 2019 Joint Conference in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, November 4th–5th at the Baton Rouge River Center. We expect approximately 1000 formal and informal math and science educators and administrators from pre-K through college levels to attend.
The the annual conference provides professional development and networking opportunities for all math and science educators throughout the state of Louisiana. Scroll down below to learn more about the conference and register.
Join Louisiana Sea Grant College Program Executive Director and LSU Department of Oceanography & Coastal Sciences Professor Robert Twilley for an engaging talk about our fisheries’ greatest challenges and adaptations to a changing environment.
LSU Science Café is sponsored by the LSU Office of Research & Economic Development and held on the last Tuesday (or in this case, third Tuesday, because of Thanksgiving) of each month. Doors open at 5 p.m. for networking and light refreshments, and the talk will start at 6 p.m. People of all ages are welcome.
Louisiana Sea Grant will host the Coastal Connections competition for University of New Orleans and Tulane University graduate students on November 21 at 11 am. The competition will be held in room 407 on the 4th Floor of the UNO Earl K. Long Library. The competition, modified from the Three Minute Thesis (3MT™) approach to research communication, is an exercise in developing academic, presentation and research communication skills while supporting the development of students’ capacities to effectively explain their research. Graduate students have three minutes to present a compelling oration on their research topic and its significance using two slides. Coastal Connections focuses on the ability of students to consolidate their ideas and crystalize their research discoveries.
Retreat #2 — January 8-10, 2020
Skill Focus: Sharing Your Message with the Media
Application: Writing for General Audiences & Interview Prep
2019-2020 LaDIA Fellows will explore the coast, in person and in detail. Skills are taught in the context of different coastal regions and their unique challenges.
Louisiana Sea Grant, working with the Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries and community volunteers, is on a mission to clean coastal waters of derelict crab traps.
Derelict traps are those that have been discarded, lost or abandoned in the environment. Traps can be accidentally lost if they become separated from their buoys by storms or passing boats. Many continue to fish, ensnaring blue crabs and other important aquatic species. Additionally, these wire mesh enclosures pose a potential navigation hazard to boats and can become entangled in other fishing gear like shrimp trawl nets.
In addition to removal, the project includes an educational element designed to reduce the number of traps lost annually and to lessen the impacts of traps in the environment. Data were also collected on the number and types of animals found in the recovered crab traps.