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What Is Coastal and Marine Spatial Planning?
 
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This film attempts to explain the theories behind CMSP and its benefits. This short presentation seeks to help citizens understand the process while the Obama Administration and various coastal states work to implement coastal and marine spatial planning along our coastal oceans. " What Is Coastal and Marine Spatial Planning?" is produced by the National Sea Grant Law Center.
Social Media Tips for Direct Marketing Aquaculture Products Webinar
 
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Please take a short survey for this webinar: https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/F7Q3STC ........................................................................................... "Social Media Tips for Direct Marketing Aquaculture Products," was held on June 19, 2014 at 4:00 p.m (Central time). The webinar provided information on how to use social media to sell aquaculture products directly to customers, including a discussion on legal issues to consider. Speakers included Maggie Lawrence from the Alabama Cooperative Extension System and Will Wilkins from the Mississippi Law Research Institute. The webinar was hosted by the National Sea Grant Law Center and the National Agricultural Law Center, in collaboration with the University of Illinois Extension; Auburn University School of Fisheries, Aquaculture and Aquatic Sciences; the Aquaculture and Fisheries Business Institute; Alabama Cooperative Extension System; and Auburn University Marine Extension and Research Center.
Tips for Direct Marketing Aquaculture Products at Alabama Farmers Markets - Webinar
 
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Please take a short survey for this webinar so that we can continue providing useful information to you: https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/PS9S38N ........................................................................................... The National Sea Grant Law Center and the National Agricultural Law Center sponsored a webinar, "Tips for Direct Marketing Aquaculture Products at Alabama Farmers Markets," on August 21, 2014. The webinar provides information on selling aquaculture products at farmers markets in Alabama. Speakers include Phyllis Fenn, standardization officer at the Alabama Department of Health and Heather Pritchard, market manager of the Coastal Alabama Farmers and Fishermens Market. The webinar is part of a project funded by the Southern Risk Management Education Center. The project is aimed at helping Alabama aquaculture producers diversify their operations through direct marketing. Project partners include the University of Illinois Extension; Auburn University School of Fisheries, Aquaculture and Aquatic Sciences; the Aquaculture and Fisheries Business Institute; Alabama Cooperative Extension System; and Auburn University Marine Extension and Research Center.
What is Coastal Marine Spatial Planning? (Update)
 
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This presentation attempts to explain the theories behind CMSP and its benefits. This short presentation seeks to help citizens understand the process while the Obama Administration and various coastal states work to implement coastal and marine spatial planning along our coastal oceans. "What Is Coastal and Marine Spatial Planning?" is produced by the National Sea Grant Law Center.
What is Direct Marketing? - Direct Marketing Aquaculture Products in Alabama
 
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On April 22, 2014, the National Sea Grant Law Center and the National Agricultural Law Center co-hosted a workshop on Direct Marketing Aquaculture Products in Alabama. The event was held in Auburn, Alabama and broadcast live to the Alabama Fish Farming Center in Greensboro, Alabama and the Auburn University Shellfish Laboratory in Dauphin Island, Alabama. Additional partners included the University of Illinois Extension; Auburn University School of Fisheries, Aquaculture and Aquatic Sciences; the Aquaculture and Fisheries Business Institute; Alabama Cooperative Extension System; and Auburn University Marine Extension and Research Center. Speakers from Mississippi and Alabama came together to discuss direct marketing techniques, branding resources, entity selection, and risk management strategies, including food safety, permitting, and insurance.
Agricultural & Food Law Consortium [NSGLC]
 
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The Agricultural & Food Law Consortium is a national, multi-institutional collaboration designed to enhance and expand the development and delivery of authoritative, timely, and objective agricultural and food law research and information. The National Sea Grant Law Center is a founding member of the Consortium and contributes expertise on a variety of topics including aquaculture law and water quality issues. Join us to learn more about the Consortium’s work and members, our role and current projects, and upcoming events. For more information about the Consortium, please visit http://nationalaglawcenter.org/consortium.
Entity Selection and Formation - Direct Marketing Aquaculture Products in Alabama
 
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On April 22, 2014, the National Sea Grant Law Center and the National Agricultural Law Center co-hosted a workshop on Direct Marketing Aquaculture Products in Alabama. The event was held in Auburn, Alabama and broadcast live to the Alabama Fish Farming Center in Greensboro, Alabama and the Auburn University Shellfish Laboratory in Dauphin Island, Alabama. Additional partners included the University of Illinois Extension; Auburn University School of Fisheries, Aquaculture and Aquatic Sciences; the Aquaculture and Fisheries Business Institute; Alabama Cooperative Extension System; and Auburn University Marine Extension and Research Center. Speakers from Mississippi and Alabama came together to discuss direct marketing techniques, branding resources, entity selection, and risk management strategies, including food safety, permitting, and insurance.
Sea Grant Legal Network: Training the Next Generation of Attorneys [NSGLC]
 
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What image pops to mind when someone mentions the Sea Grant graduate educational opportunities? Fledging marine biologists and coastal engineers toiling away in labs and in the field collecting data for masters and Ph.D. theses? Sea Grant does provide a lot of educational experience and training for traditional graduate students. But, did you know Sea Grant is also training the next generation of attorneys to tackle the challenging management issues that are sure to arise in the next 50 years? Around the country, Sea Grant legal programs are enhancing law school curriculums and employing law students as research assistants. In addition to providing stakeholders with critical legal research, law students also work in the field and directly interact with coastal communities to understand the context in which coastal legal and policy issues arise. Several former students have successfully competed for accepted as Knauss fellows and many pursue careers in environmental law. Learn more about our graduate educational programs and hear from former students about what the experience meant to them and their careers.
Working on a Multi-State Level to Address the Threat of Invasive Species [NSGLC]
 
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Aquatic invasive species pose a significant environmental and economic threat to the ecosystems around the country. The National Sea Grant Law Center supports federal and state efforts to prevent the spread of aquatic invasive species by providing technical assistance and conducting legal research and outreach to inform policy discussions. Our work with state natural resources agencies is facilitated primarily through our partnership with the Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies and funding from the regional panels of the Aquatic Nuisance Species Task Force. Join us to learn more about these partnerships and the National Sea Grant Law Center’s invasive species work, including workshops for assistant attorneys general, research on discrete topics, and the development of model legislation and regulations for state watercraft inspection and decontamination programs. For more information about these and other invasive species projects, visit http://nsglc.olemiss.edu/work/hce.
Sea Grant Law and Policy Journal 2016 Symposium Series [NSGLC]
 
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In 2008, the National Sea Grant Law Center re-launched the Sea Grant Law and Policy Journal, previously published by the State University of New York at Buffalo from 1976-1980. The Journal is an Open Access online journal that provides a forum for the timely discussion and exploration of legal topics of relevance to the Sea Grant network of extension agents, researchers, coastal managers and users, and local decision-makers. Each year, the Journal funds symposia that aim to build relationships between Sea Grant Programs and a law school in the state. Three Sea Grant programs successfully competed for funding in the Journal’s 2015-2016 Symposium Series competition. The winning proposals were: (1) Texas Sea Grant: Improving Cooperation for a Sustainable Gulf of Mexico after the 2014 Mexican Energy Reforms; (2) Minnesota Sea Grant: Upper Great Lakes Law and Policy Symposium: Ballast, Bakken and Binational Governance; and (3) Connecticut Sea Grant: Resilience Planning and the Big Picture: Connecting Land, Sea and Finance. Each symposium, held in Spring 2016, will generate an issue of the Journal later this year. Join us for a webinar to learn more about these symposia and the application process for the 2016-2017 Symposium Series.
National Sea Grant Law Center's Advisory Service Webinar - Sept. 13, 2016 [NSGLC]
 
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The National Sea Grant Law Center Advisory Service is a legal research service provided free of charge to the Sea Grant College Program and its constituents. Upon receipt of an advisory request, the Law Center works with the requesting program to identify the discrete legal questions, performs legal research, and prepares a final product. Advisory Service products take a variety of forms, including formal memorandum of law, white papers, fact sheets, and presentations. Join us to learn more about the advisory service and how it works, and hear updates on recently completed requests. For more information on the advisory service, visit http://nsglc.olemiss.edu/Advisory.
Other Considerations  - Direct Marketing Aquaculture Products in Alabama
 
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On April 22, 2014, the National Sea Grant Law Center and the National Agricultural Law Center co-hosted a workshop on Direct Marketing Aquaculture Products in Alabama. The event was held in Auburn, Alabama and broadcast live to the Alabama Fish Farming Center in Greensboro, Alabama and the Auburn University Shellfish Laboratory in Dauphin Island, Alabama. Additional partners included the University of Illinois Extension; Auburn University School of Fisheries, Aquaculture and Aquatic Sciences; the Aquaculture and Fisheries Business Institute; Alabama Cooperative Extension System; and Auburn University Marine Extension and Research Center. Speakers from Mississippi and Alabama came together to discuss direct marketing techniques, branding resources, entity selection, and risk management strategies, including food safety, permitting, and insurance.

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