• Man and students stand around metal fish cage on boat.

    Improving the odds of fish survival

    A new device is showing promise for reducing fish bycatch mortality, thanks to a partnership among NHSG/UNHCE staff, UNH students, a local business and an N.H. charter boat captain.

  • haddock about to be tagged.

    Helping the haddock

    A new research project led by NHSG aims to improve estimates of haddock discard mortality in the Gulf of Maine.

  • Man stands on pier by water.

    NHSG Acting Director announced

    Erik Chapman, N.H. Sea Grant/UNH Cooperative Extension fisheries specialist, has been appointed as the acting director for NHSG beginning on July 1, 2016. Congrats, Erik!

  • Salt marsh with tidal creek and culvert nearby.

    Eels in the food web

    American eels occupy a top spot in salt marsh food webs, but road culverts can alter those food webs, according to NHSG-funded research.

  • Boy explains climate change poster to parents.

    Students become the teachers

    Fifth-grade students from Oyster River Middle School spoke to parents, residents and municipal officials about a complicated topic: climate change.

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