SEE (social, economic, ecological) aquaculture - Enhancing marine aquaculture awareness through outreach education

2021 eeBLUE aquaculture literacy awardee - Savannah, Georgia

University of Georgia Marine Extension and Georgia Sea Grant offsite link created interactive and mobile exhibits to educate visitors at the Georgia Aquarium offsite link on the social, economic, and ecological implications of shellfish aquaculture. By co-developing materials with Oyster South offsite link, partners built lasting collaborations and the capacity to enhance marine aquaculture awareness through outreach education.

Hear from the grantees themselves in their September 2022 Harvest stories post: Sustainability, environmental, and economics (SEE) of oysters.  

The learning platform, composed of content material, video, images and resource links is a tool to train aquarium educators and volunteers on [oyster aquaculture] topics.

Thomas Bliss and Dodie Sanders, Georgia Sea Grant
Exploring US aquaculture.
Exploring US aquaculture. (NOAA Fisheries )