Sea Grant Videos
Sea Grant programs produce videos for a variety of purposes, including educational series, instructions for safety and equipment use, sharing Sea Grant work, and short documentaries telling stories of people who live along coasts or make a living on the water.
The following are just a few examples of series or standalone videos produced by the programs. Visit our YouTube playlists to see Sea Grant videos by topic or our channel subscriptions to find a Sea Grant state program channel you are interested in.
Educational and Workforce Development Videos
15 Second Science
Delaware Sea Grant
15 Second Science is an award-winning series of educational videos focusing on marine and coastal topics. In addition to their YouTube playlist, linked below, the videos can be found on social media by searching for #15SecondScience
Delaware Sea Grant
In the Dive Deeper series, scientists explain their research and the tools they use. Many of these videos provide a deeper dive into videos from the 15 Second Science series.
A Climate Calamity in the Gulf of Maine
Maine Sea Grant
This two episode series discusses the effects of climate change on Maine's marine ecosystem and economy. The videos are humorous, animated looks at an important issue.
Beneath the Surface: Seafood and Fisheries
Mississippi-Alabama Sea Grant
Beneath the Surface has videos on multiple topics about the seafood and fisheries industries in the region. Topics include oyster farming, the seafood industry, fisheries management and artificial reefs.
Careers in Mariculture
North Carolina Sea Grant
North Carolina Sea Grant highlights a variety of careers in marine aquaculture. Also known as mariculture, the industry focuses on the cultivation of plants and animals that live in saltwater.
The Future of Ocean Farming
NOAA National Ocean Service
This educational series highlights how sustainable aquaculture practices are helping grow healthy seafood and support a cleaner ocean. Several bonus episodes discuss topics like the basics of aquaculture and oyster and kelp farming.