Michigan Sea Grant

  1. February 19, 2024

    Michigan Sea Grant funds six new projects, totaling $1.7M

    Michigan Sea Grant is funding six new research projects to investigate the shifting dynamics of harmful algal blooms, economic trends in coastal communities and other issues relevant to the Great Lakes.

  2. October 3, 2022

    Project to help small harbors, ensure long-term sustainability

    Michigan Sea Grant and the state of Michigan have launched a project to support Michigan small harbors’ efforts to become economically, socially and environmentally sustainable.

  3. February 16, 2022

    Michigan Sea Grant launches $1.5M in Great Lakes research

    U-M is one of four Michigan universities participating in projects and fellowships worth more than $1.5 million that seek to protect and restore the critical environmental resources of the Great Lakes.

  4. October 13, 2020

    More than 1.3M jobs, $82B in wages tied to Great Lakes, study shows

    The Great Lakes support more than 1.3 million jobs that generate $82 billion in wages annually, according to a new analysis of 2018 economic data by Michigan Sea Grant.

  5. February 5, 2018

    SEAS graphic artist spent time ‘off the grid’ at Pictured Rocks

    While spending three weeks alone in a secluded cabin may seem daunting to some, for Todd Marsee it was the opportunity of a lifetime.

  6. May 19, 2014

    Dangerous-currents outreach focuses on state’s Great Lakes coasts

    Michigan Sea Grant, which includes U-M, is collaborating on an effort to alert the public to potentially hazardous Great Lakes swimming conditions.

  7. April 11, 2014

    Michigan Sea Grant awarded $5M to continue Great Lakes work

    The Michigan Sea Grant College Program has been awarded a four-year, $5 million grant to support Great Lakes research, education and public outreach efforts.

  8. October 21, 2013

    New Michigan Sea Grant educational tools focus on Great Lakes

    The Great Lakes provide a unique educational opportunity to students and residents of all ages. Two new tools from Michigan Sea Grant help bridge that connection: Teaching Great Lakes Science and Great Lakes FieldScope.