Habitat Structures

Human activity has reduced the adequate cover and specific habitats that fish need for breeding, feeding and spawning so they can survive and thrive.

Join Pennsylvania Sea Grant Maritime Educator David Boughton, to build structures to replace lost natural spawning areas in Lake Erie. Students will get to assemble, and deploy the habitat structures by boat to areas of Lake Erie where fish habitat is needed. Contact David for more information.  

 


Weed Warriors

The Weed Warriors program helps preserve plant diversity by removing invasive plants. Contact Tom Cermak


 

Boat wash stations 

Boat wash stations are one of the most effective ways to prevent the spread of aquatic invasive species at fishing tournaments, while creating a fun opportunity for both fundraising and education. Learn how you and your fishing club, scout troop, sports team, or other group can partner with Pennsylvania Sea Grant and local fishing tournaments to make a difference in your community by holding a watercraft inspection and boat wash station. Contact Sara Stahlman for more information. 


 

Coastal Cleanups 

Litter, graffiti, and crime often go hand in hand and stewardship projects and education are key to changing behaviors towards community spaces.  Get involved in local clean ups in your area. Contact Anna McCartney or Ann Faulds for more inforation. 

Main Office: Tom Ridge Environmental Center 301 Peninsula Dr., Suite 3 Erie, PA 16505 814-217-9011