• Large raft is lowered to water by a crane.

    Aquaculture upgrade

    The Piscataqua River is home to a new piece of equipment: an aquaculture raft designed to provide a four-season source of seafood and sea veggies while removing nitrogen from the water.

  • Juvenile winter flounder on man's hand.

    Tracking winter flounder

    NHSG researchers are turning to an unusual source - the inner ear bones of fish - to trace winter flounder back to their nursery grounds and improve their populations.

  • head shot of Steve Adams

    Congratulations, Steve!

    Steve Adams, NHSG assistant director for communications, is retiring after working with our organization for 27 years. Congratulations on your retirement, Steve! We will miss you.

  • Two women hold a bucket and shovels ready to plant dune grass.

    Bringing back the dunes

    Watch this new video about UNH, NHSG/UNHCE and local students who are helping to restore dunes on Plum Island, Mass., as part of a larger effort to improve coastal resiliency to storms.

  • Four staff members from UNHCE stand in front of pond.

    Save the Shrimp

    NHSG/UNHCE aquaculture specialist Michael Chambers (second from left) is working with Vietnamese shrimp farmers to improve their practices and prevent disease.

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