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The Sea Grant Files debut on KUMD Radio

Minnesota Sea Grant director Steve Bortone is hosting The Sea Grant Files, a new radio program airing for the first time this week on the University of Minnesota Duluth's radio station KUMD (103.3 FM).

The Sea Grant Files will be broadcast on Northland Morning each Wednesday at 7:45am. The series will be available through iTunes. You can also subscribe to The Sea Grant Files podcast or access audio files of aired shows on the Minnesota Sea Grant Web site at: www.seagrant.umn.edu/radio/sgf/.

The Sea Grant Files are sponsored by the Minnesota Sea Grant Program, which is devoted to bringing research concerning aquatic systems and coastal communities from the university to the streets. Science-based information is the focus of the series. The show is produced and edited by KUMD. Introductory music is performed by Minnesota artist Michael Monroe.

The first show, What is Minnesota Sea Grant?, aired on Feb 25. Tune into KUMD to hear more "fresh news about fresh water" as professor Bortone discusses invasive waterfleas with UMD graduate student Victoria Olson, on March 4.

Posted on February 27, 2009

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