The Delaware Sea Grant College Program, which conducts many studies aboard UD’s R/V Hugh R. Sharp (center), seeks public input on the program’s future direction.

Sea Grant survey

Public asked to share thoughts on Delaware Sea Grant's future direction

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10:06 a.m., Feb. 10, 2012--The Delaware Sea Grant College Program is asking for public feedback as part of a new cycle of strategic planning. 

Delaware Sea Grant, just one of 32 university-based programs in the nation, contributes to the wise use, management and conservation of marine and coastal resources.

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Delaware residents and non-residents alike can have a voice in the future direction of Delaware Sea Grant by completing a brief online survey before Febr. 24.

For more information about Delaware Sea Grant, visit the website.

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