Two Virginia Sea Grant Law Fellows will be working with the Virginia Coastal Policy Clinic (VCLC) this summer. The fellows will assist VCPC Director Shana Jones in preparing and presenting policy memos to the Virginia coastal localities of Norfolk and Poquoson and coordinating the conference, Adaptive Planning for Flooding and Coastal Change in Virginia: Legal [...]
VASG-funded researcher develop a strategy for breeding oysters with improved disease resistance and other profitable characteristics for Virginia’s oyster industry.
The Virginia Coastal Policy Clinic is a partnership between the Law School and Virginia Institute of Marine Science (VIMS) that allows students to learn about coastal science and policy while addressing issues facing Virginia coastal communities.
Bringing oysters and industry back after almost a century of disease decimated wild populations was part science, part serendipity.
How do we get scientific innovations to the people who need them? Dr. Dale Manty of the EPA recently shared his thoughts on sustainability and innovation as a Visiting Scholar Seminar Speaker.
VASG-funded researchers want to improve the bottom line for Virginia’s oyster growers by selectively breeding oysters with more profitable traits.