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EDUCATION

The need for science education, especially as it pertains to the stewardship of coastal environments and natural resources, is more urgent than ever. To promote wise management, use and conservation of Louisiana’s rich coastal resources, Louisiana Sea Grant uses current and traditional teaching technologies to produce science-based materials for formal K-12 classrooms and workshops for teachers and informal educators. These materials provide accurate information about marine and aquatic ecosystems, help stimulate awareness of our close relationship to the environment and promote careful stewardship of our natural resources.

A variety of education resources are available at the Louisiana Marine Education Resources (LaMER) Web site at www.lamer.lsu.edu.

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