Illinois-Indiana Sea Grant
Illinois-Indiana Sea Grant focuses on 104 heavily developed miles of southern Lake Michigan shoreline. Funded by the University of Illinois and Purdue University, Illinois-Indiana Sea Grant is headquartered in Urbana, Illinois. Read an introduction to Illinois-Indiana Sea Grant.
Lake Champlain Sea Grant
Lake Champlain Sea Grant serves Lake Champlain, a large freshwater lake situated on the border between New York and Vermont. Lake Champlain Sea Grant is headquartered at the University of Vermont in Burlington. Read an introduction to Lake Champlain Sea Grant.
Michigan Sea Grant
Michigan Sea Grant is surrounded by and focuses on four of the five Great Lakes. It is the only Sea Grant program linked to Lake Huron. Michigan Sea Grant has dual headquarters in East Lansing and Ann Arbor at Michigan State University and the University of Michigan, respectively. Read an introduction to Michigan Sea Grant.
Minnesota Sea Grant
New York Sea Grant
New York Sea Grant works with Lake Erie and Lake Ontario, as well as the Atlantic Ocean coast. New York Sea Grant is a cooperative program of the State University of New York and Cornell University and has headquarters in Ithaca and Stony Brook. Read an introduction to New York Sea Grant.
Ohio Sea Grant
Pennsylvania Sea Grant
Pennsylvania Sea Grant, which serves Lake Erie and the tidal Atlantic coast, is a program of the Pennsylvania State University and is headquartered in Erie. Read an introduction to Pennsylvania Sea Grant.
Wisconsin Sea Grant
Wisconsin Sea Grant focuses on Lake Superior and Lake Michigan. It is a program of the University of Wisconsin System, headquartered on the flagship campus, the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Read an introduction to Wisconsin Sea Grant.