Climate Impacts to Pennsylvania's Lake Erie Tourism
Download this infographic to learn how climate changes can impact different sectors of Erie's tourism industry!
PSIEE Announces 2015-2016 Seed Grant Program; $400,000 Available
The Penn State Institutes of Energy and the Environment (PSIEE) has established a Seed Grant program with approximately $400,000 available to foster basic and applied research focused on a group of strategic research themes
Natural History Museum
The Natural History Museum at the Tom Ridge Environmental Center (TREC) is a depository for natural history specimens collected primarily from northwest Pennsylvania. The collections include plants, fossils, mollusks, insects, fish, amphibians, reptiles, birds, and mammals.
Save the Date!
Marine Debris Training for Great Lakes Sea Grant Staff. Join us in Ann Arbor, MI on April 7 and 8, 2016 for an overview of current research on the presence and distribution of marine debris, especially plastic, in the Great Lakes, as well as potential impacts on water quality and wildlife health.
PA Sea Grant holds a Mock Rapid Response Exercise!
Pennsylvania Sea Grant held a mock rapid response exercise to introduce participants to the Pennsylvania AIS rapid response plan, and allow them to practice using it to respond to starry stonewort in Presque Isle Bay.
CRW Holds 3rd Annual Climate Summit in Erie
The Future of Erie's Tourism in a Changing World summit brought together members of the Erie Community to learn about how a changing climate can impact Erie's booming tourism industry.
Newspapers in Education (NIE)
PA Sea Grant provides the content and teacher lesson plans for the Erie Times-News Tuesday "Reconnect with your environment" NIE page. Past pages and lesson plans can be found here