Connecticut Sea Grant Strategic Plan 2024-2027
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Connecticut Sea Grant Strategic Plan 2024-2027

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    The University of Connecticut is the State’s Sea Grant institution. The Connecticut program began with a marine extension program in 1974 and grew in scope to achieve full-fledged Sea Grant College status in 1988. For 34 years, Connecticut Sea Grant (CTSG) has worked to foster the balanced use and conservation of coastal and marine resources of the Long Island Sound (LIS) estuary, as well as work regionally, nationally and globally on issues of relevant concern. This plan recognizes the importance of coastal ecosystems and their watersheds, and explicitly acknowledges that coastal ecosystems include people. The strategy for success of any individual Sea Grant program must be consistent with the overall vision and direction of the NOAA National Sea Grant Program. It must also be tuned into the environmental, social and economic priorities and problems presented within the program’s specific location. For CTSG this includes the State of Connecticut, Long Island Sound and its watershed, extending to the Northeast Region and beyond.
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