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The Center for Coastal Resources Management (CCRM) develops and supports integrated and adaptive management of coastal zone resources. To fulfill this mission, the Center undertakes research, provides advisory service, and conducts outreach education.

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Aquaculture portal

CCRM and partners kick off new SAGE website - for more information see The SAGE Report.

The Living Shoreline Group 1 General Permit for projects with planted marshes, sand fill, fiber logs, and shell bags goes into effect on September 1, 2015.

A new shellfish aquaculture web portal is now available, including a new GIS mapping tool.

Rivers and Coast Regional Workshop Ghost Pot removal
Rivers & Coast See the September 2015 publication about Marine Debris & Microplastics. Presentations are now available from the Living Shorelines Technology Transfer & Regional Workshops, Dec. 1-2, 2015 in Hartford, CT.

A new study found that removal of derelict crab pots has major economic impact.

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