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NYSG's Solidarity Statement

New York Sea Grant (NYSG) stands in solidarity with the call-to-action to end systemic racism. NYSG is an organization that is deeply rooted in the diversity and complexity of coastal communities, partners, and constituencies across New York State. We are committed to a culture of diversity, equity, and inclusion through meaningful and intentional reflection and action with our staff and programming. More >>

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For 50 years, New York Sea Grantone of 34 university-based programs under NOAA's National Sea Grant College Programhas been producing impressive results through its funded research.

"Sea Grant is unique in how it draws upon its Extension program to extend these [research] studies, putting science-based into the hands of a wide variety of coastal stakeholders," says New York Sea Grant's Director Becky Shuford.

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