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Louisiana’s oldest and largest fishing and hunting show!
The joint Louisiana Space Grant and Sea Grant Graduate Interjurisdictional Research Award Fellowship (GIRAF) Program invites interdisciplinary proposals from across the state. The fellowship requires the use of data from vast archives and remote-sensing capabilities available through the National Aeronautics and Space Agency (NASA) and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) to address a high-priority research need within Louisiana’s nearshore environs, coastal areas, wetlands, watersheds, and/or human activities in these areas (e.g. aquaculture). Successful proposals must adeptly utilize relevant measurement instruments and/or remote-sensing data sources from NASA, NOAA, and/or other sources that can include, but are not limited to, radiometers, spectroradiometers, satellite sensors, LIDAR, aerial imagery, and other data collected from airplanes, unmanned aerial vehicles, and/or unpiloted submersibles in the execution of the proposed work.
Join us at the Seafood Processing Demo Lab for a SEAFOOD FIELD DAY!
We will be reimagining utilization of undervalued heritage fish species such as catfish and buffalo as well as blue crab.
Learn about smoking alternatives for product development, and how to address food safety concerns. A variety of smoked products will be showcased and available for tasting.
By-product recovery will be demonstrated utilizing a mechanical meat separator on both crab and fish carcasses.
The 2024 Climate and Resilience Community of Practice annual meeting will be held April 23-25, 2024, in Moss Point, Mississippi at the Pelican Landing Event and Conference Center.
MME (Massachusetts Marine Educators) is excited to host the NMEA 2024 annual conference—a special event that brought together hundreds of professional educators dedicated to teaching about our marine, coastal and aquatic environments.
NMEA members are a group of inspired, passionate people who promote the conservation, enjoyment, and wise use of our aquatic resources by teaching others. We look forward to showcasing our beautiful region through inspirational speakers, field adventures and excursions, engaging presentations, institutional collaborations, and community partnerships.
A meeting of representatives from the Sea Grant programs for networking, collaboration and professional development.
The American Fisheries Society (AFS), President Cecil Jennings, the AFS Western Division, and AFS Pacific Islands Chapter are excited to host the 154th AFS Annual Meeting, September 15-19, 2024 in Honolulu, Hawai’i. The theme “Conserving Fishes and Fishing Traditions through Knowledge Co-Production” will stimulate a wide range of sessions focusing on the past, present, and future of fisheries conservation and management as we bring together professionals from across North America, the Pacific Islands, and countries throughout the world. The Honolulu Program Committee invites proposals for symposia, workshop/continuing education courses, and innovative sessions that support the theme and look to advance the fisheries profession.