SCIENCE SERVING HAWAI‘I AND THE PACIFIC SINCE 1968

The University of Hawai‘i Sea Grant College Program supports an innovative program of research, education, and extension services directed to the improved understanding and stewardship of coastal and marine resources of the state, region, and nation.

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Browse our publications, including Ka Pili Kai Magazine

WATCH

Award winning Voice of the Sea television episodes, Hanauma Bay talks, and more

EXPLORE

About our work in Hawai‘i, the Pacific and beyond

SEA GRANT IN ACTION

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Learn more about preparing you, your family, and home for natural hazards.

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Learn about king tides and participate in the next photo survey.

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Watch the latest episodes of Voice of the Sea.

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Learn about the two new 1400-square-foot net-zero buildings that were developed for UH Mānoa’s College of Education.

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The Hanauma Bay Education Program develops healthy initiatives for caring for the coastal environment through community support and action.

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Learn about the watchers and observers of our ‘āina, the lands, waters, and relationships that sustain our health and well-being.

CENTERS OF EXCELLENCE

HAPPENINGS

DISCOVER

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Hawaiʻi Sea Grant Story Map

Explore Hawaiʻi Sea Grant’s new interactive story map to learn more about our research and extension work across the Pacific basin.

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Ka Pili Kai Magazine

Hawai‘i Sea Grant’s biannual magazine captures the work of our ‘ohana (Sea Grant family) through vivid photographs and inspiring stories.

NATIONAL SEA GRANT BY THE NUMBERS

The Sea Grant network consists of a federal/university partnership among
NOAA and 33 university-based programs in every coastal and Great Lakes state, Puerto Rico, and Guam.

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scientists, engineers, educators, students, and outreach experts
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outreach experts live and work in coastal communities to provide local expertise
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peer-reviewed scientific journal articles published annually
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businesses are created or retained annually
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jobs created or retained annually