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Sea Grant 50th Anniversary: Celebrating the work of our Extension educators
The Tiger Musky
Be #currentsmart
Sea Grant 50th Anniversary: Celebrating the work of our Extension educators
Sea Grant 50th Anniversary: Celebrating the work of our Extension Educators
Register Now: 2016 Summer Discover Cruises
Mobile app lets Great Lakes anglers share needed data with biologists
Sea Grant 50th Anniversary: Celebrating the work of our Extension educators
April Regional Fisheries Workshops
National Sea Grant Celebrates 50 Years
  • Sea Grant 50th Anniversary: Celebrating the work of our Extension educators
  • The Tiger Musky
  • Be #currentsmart
  • Sea Grant 50th Anniversary: Celebrating the work of our Extension educators
  • Sea Grant 50th Anniversary: Celebrating the work of our Extension Educators
  • Register Now: 2016 Summer Discover Cruises
  • Mobile app lets Great Lakes anglers share needed data with biologists
  • Sea Grant 50th Anniversary: Celebrating the work of our Extension educators
  • April Regional Fisheries Workshops
  • National Sea Grant Celebrates 50 Years

Sea Grant 50th Anniversary: Celebrating the work of our Extension educators

In 2016, the National Sea Grant College Program celebrates 50 years of putting science to work for America’s coastal communities. Michigan Sea Grant Extension educators live and work in coastal communities around the state. We celebrate their hard work and take this opportunity to introduce each of them during this anniversary year.

Mark Breederland, located in Traverse City, Mich., loves to work with Great Lakes coastal communities and has done so for more than 29 years. He has been a field educator with Michigan Sea Grant Extension for the last 21 years. learn more