Institute of Marine and Environmental Technology

preview of one-page report on FISH Project

FISH Project feeds 23,600

Since 2017, over 13,000 pounds of fish were grown at the Institute of Marine and Environmental Technology (IMET), processed by JJ McDonnell, and distributed by the Maryland Food Bank to serve 23,600 meals. This was all with the support of United Way of Central Maryland and McCormick’s Flavor for Life. 

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IMET's Mission

The mission of IMET is to develop innovative approaches to protect and restore coastal marine systems and their watersheds, sustainably use resources in ways to benefit human well-being, and to integrate research excellence with education, training and economic development.

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Entrepreneurship Programs

A business incubator and entrepreneurship program at the Institute of Marine and Environmental Technology at the Institute of Marine and Environmental Technology. Click below to learn more about the home for marine, environmental, and biotech and human health startups.