About The Ohio Sea Grant College Program
Ohio Sea Grant is a statewide program that supports greater knowledge and stewardship of Lake Erie and the Great Lakes through research, education and outreach. It is part of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Sea Grant College Program, which includes 32 state programs located in every coastal and Great Lakes state and Puerto Rico.
The national program is a network of over 300 institutions involving more than 3,000 scientists, engineers, educators, students and outreach experts. This network works on a variety of topics vital to human and environmental health-topics such as water quality coastal hazards and biotechnology.
Ohio Sea Grant Program Reports
Strategic and Implementation Plan
Ohio Sea Grant's Strategic and Implementation Plan is based on NOAA-National Sea Grant's 4 focus areas to demonstrate how Ohio Sea Grant addresses both local needs and national priorities. The plan is updated every five years.
Strategic and Implementation Plan Executive Summary
A four-page introduction to the Ohio Sea Grant 2010-2014 Strategic and Implementation Plan
Media Coverage Report
Ohio Sea Grant collects all media (newspapers, magazines, TV, and radio) the program has received over the past year and summaries it into an annual report. In 2011, more than 398 articles from 172 different media outlets reported on Ohio Sea Grant and Stone Lab programs and events.
Ohio Sea Grant's annual Progress Report is submitted to the National Sea Grant Office and made available to the public. It documents all the activities and accomplishments of the program over the past year.