Meaghan Gass | National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration

Meaghan Gass

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Collecting Stories at the National Working Waterfronts and Waterways Symposium 2018

Collecting Stories at the National Working Waterfronts and Waterways Symposium 2018 is a project of Maine Sea Grant, College of the Atlantic, the Island Institute, and the National Working Waterfront Network.

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Meaghan Gass, an extension educator with Michigan Sea Grant based out of Bay City, MI, speaks about her projects on extreme floods and her passion for place-based stewardship education. She highlights the United States’ dependence on the Great Lakes and the interconnectedness of waterfronts. Her work currently includes projects such as reef restoration, invasive species removal, fisheries, and water quality in the Saganon Bay region of Michigan.


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