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Lessons in Green Fish Farming 2
One Eastern Shore aquaculture operation is pioneering the use of alternative energy solutions in Virginia fish farming—and hoping to set an example for other marine businesses in Virginia and beyond.
Building a Living Shoreline 6
This fall at Deltaville Yachting Center, volunteers gathered to help the owners find a more natural way of combatting coastal erosion. See how they did it in this photo-essay.
Working Waterfronts and Waterways 8
Coastal populations are booming, making access to the water a national problem. Virginia Sea Grant is collaborating with several other programs to bring together stakeholders from communities around the country to share local solutions to preserving public access and working waterfronts.
News from the Point 13
We bring you the latest news from Virginia Sea Grant, including our most recent Knauss Fellows, newly funded research projects, and an interview about the Virginia Game Fish Tagging Program
Aquaculture and Fisheries
Virginia Sea Grant and Virginia Institute of Marine Science, "Marine Resource Bulletin Vol. 43, No. 1" (2011). Virginia Marine Resource Bulletin. 93.