Marine & Coastal
- Become a Water Ambassador - Our next classe will be March 31 and April 28, 2017
- Video of December 5, at the Blake Library in Stuart for a special "Water Warriors" program
- Be Floridian Now - Protect our Fun
- Help Sea Turtles Survive
Florida Sea Grant is a university-based program that supports research, education and extension to conserve coastal resources and enhance economic opportunities for the people of Florida.
We are a partnership between the Florida Board of Education, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, and Florida’s citizens and governments. Our extension, education and outreach programs are done in partnership with UF/IFAS Extension and coastal counties of Florida.
We tap into the research expertise of more than 800 coastal and ocean scientists at the state’s 16 major universities and research laboratories, and we are an integral part of the Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences at the University of Florida, one of the nation’s leading Land Grant universities. Our 20 extension agents live and work in coastal communities. They have a breadth of experiences and tremendous trust from their local residents as reliable sources of science-based information. Our seven statewide extension specialists lead highly relevant programs including seafood safety, boating and waterway management, coastal conservation law, aquaculture and fisheries management.
Our vision and mission
Florida Sea Grant envisions a future where people use our coastal and marine resources in ways that capture the economic and social benefits they offer, while preserving their quality and abundance for future generations.
Florida Sea Grant’s mission is to support integrated research, education and extension to conserve coastal resources and enhance economic opportunities for the people of Florida.
Jeffrey P. Gellermann, MPA
Martin County Extension Director/4-H Agent III
University of Florida/IFAS Extension
Jeffrey P. Gellermann
UF/IFAS Extension Director/Florida Sea Grant Agent III
UF/IFAS Extension Martin County
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