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A Voyage through the Arctic Post #4

A Voyage Through the Arctic

As we come to the end of Native American Heritage Month, Mabel shares a few thoughts about what this month means to her, and her personal and professional journey.
November 28, 2022 - Research ,
Woman skinning muskrats Maternal Ahna (Grandmother) Pauline Harvey skinning muskrats for a traditional parka. Credit: NOAA Fisheries/Courtesy of Mabel Baldwin-Schaeffer.

Updated Guide for Educators on Meaningful Watershed Educational Experiences

The guide, first developed for the Chesapeake Bay, is updated and relevant for educators across the country.
November 17, 2022 - Feature Story ,
Six students balance on rocks in a creek Students explore their local creek as part of a Meaningful Watershed Educational Experience. Photo by Rocío Lozano-Knowlton.

Fall Break Fun With Seafood Science and Management

NOAA Fisheries partnered with youth fall break programs in Hawai'i to connect students with the science and management practices behind sustainable seafood.
October 31, 2022 - Science Blog ,
NOAA staff members sits next to a child to help them learn how to measure a pretend fish using the Hawaii nearshore fisheries regulations guide.

NOAA Fisheries Offers Paperless Ways to Receive Information about Fishing Regulations and Management Actions

FB22-064: Southeast Fishery Bulletin; For more information, contact: Sustainable Fisheries Division, (727) 824-5305
October 20, 2022 -

Internships with NOAA Fisheries

We host scholars and interns from many different majors. Learn more about the work and opportunities available.

Pumpkin Carving Stencils for Ocean Lovers

Wow your neighbors with our eerie-sistibly fa-boo-lous ocean-inspired jack-o’-lantern stencils.
October 11, 2022 - Feature Story ,
Images of carved pumpkins.

Aquaculture Week 2022

Join us for Aquaculture Week to learn how marine aquaculture—or farmed seafood—is vital for supporting our nation’s seafood production and year-round jobs, enhancing coastal resilience, and more.
September 26, 2022 - Feature Story ,
The indigenous plant and ground cover, ʻākulikuli The indigenous plant and ground cover, ʻākulikuli, is also a popular ingredient in salads. Credit: Kauaʻi Sea Farms