Sea Grant researchers and extension/outreach specialists support sound-science research in the areas of coastal processes, hazards, energy sources, climate change, stormwater management and tourism. Communities seek Sea Grant expertise to support and sustain diverse and vibrant coastal economies.
Coastal HAzards of Superior (CHAOS) is a platform for engaging local community leaders, managers, researchers, and communicators with a shared concern about coastal hazards and their impacts.
Minnesota Sea Grant seeks to help to build the capacity of Duluth Urban Area communities to develop a framework that allows for and promotes the adoption and installation of green infrastructure that can address water-quality impairments and coastal flooding impacts resulting from extreme storm events through review of local codes and ordinances.
The Great Lakes One Water project brings together a diverse community leadership team focused on equitable access to information and participation in planning and strategies.
The goal of the Minnesota Sea Grant project One Block at a Time is to increase community resilience to climate hazards, particularly the impacts of flooding, in vulnerable frontline communities across the Great Lakes region.
The Watershed Game is an interactive, educational tool for local community leaders and educators that helps individuals understand the connection between land use and water quality
Community conversations about climate change.