Pennsylvania Sea Grant was established in 1998 as a partnership between Penn State University, The Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA).

Many organizations have been instrumental in the success of Pennsylvania Sea Grant, and work with Sea Grant staff to further education, research and outreach. These organizations include:

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The Academy of Natural Sciences
American Rivers
The Bayshore Discovery Program
Bucks, Delaware and Schuylkill County Conservation Districts
The City of Chester
Delaware Environmental Education Network
Delaware River Basin Commission
Delaware River Invasive Plant Program
Delaware Riverkeeper Network
Delaware Valley Earth Force
Delaware Valley Regional Planning Commission
Fairmount Park Commission
Heritage Conservancy
Partnership for the Delaware Estuary, Inc.
Penn State Cooperative Extension
Philadelphia Water Department
Philadelphia Zoo
Southeast Asian Mutual Assistance and Coalition
Stroud Water Research Cente

Other Federal Programs

Army Corps of Engineers
EPA Great Lakes National Program Office
NOAA Great Lakes Environmental Research Lab
International Joint Commission
National Marine Fisheries Service
National Park Service
U.S. Coast Guard
USEPA Regions III & V
USFWS Lower Great Lakes Fishery Resource Office
USFWS Northeast Fishery Center
USGS Great Lakes Science Center
USGS National Wildlife Health Center
USGS Northern Appalachian Research
USFWS Cooperative Research Unit – Penn State University

Pennsylvania Agencies

PA Dept. of Agriculture
PA Dept. of Conservation and Natural Resources
PA Game Commission
PA Dept. of Health
PA Fish & Boat Commission
PA Coastal Zone Management Program
PA Dept. of Transportation

Other Programs 

Canadian Wildlife Service
Great Lakes Commission
Great Lakes Information Network
Great Lakes Fishery Commission
Environment Canada