Several Wisconsin Sea Grant staff and fellows are part of the lineup fora virtual conference marking Wisconsin Water Week.
In the Wisconsin Sea Grant online newsroom, we recently introduced four new members of the Advisory Council. Council members help shape Sea Grant’s future, enabling it to better serve the people of Wisconsin. Now, here on our blog, we’d like to give people a chance to get to know those four newcomers better through Q Read more about Get to know the Advisory Council: Q & A with Lori Tate[…]
Get to know Becky Sapper, director of the Wisconsin Master Naturalist Program.
Get to know Madelyn Leopold, a retired attorney and private landowner.
Get to know Deb DeLuca, executive director of the Duluth Seaway Port Authority.
The 45th anniversary of the loss of the iron ore freighter the Edmund Fitzgerald is this November (2020). The compelling tales of 760 other lakes Michigan and Superior shipwrecks can be found at wisconsinshipwrecks.org, a project of Sea Grant and the Wisconsin Historical Society.
Chef and cookbook author Amy Thielen’s memoir “Give a Girl a Knife” is a vivid look at the flavors and places of the Upper Midwest.
A Sea Grant science writer reflects on Adam Minter’s book “Secondhand: Travels in the New Global Garage Sale” and her own relationship to the world of “stuff.”
As fishing and boating activities ramp up for summer, efforts to prevent the spread of aquatic invasive species (AIS) will look a bit different due to COVID-19.
Anne Moser, the senior special librarian for the Wisconsin Water Library, asked some of our Sea Grant staff members recently what the biggest challenges are facing the Great Lakes today. We are featuring their answers in a series of blog posts over the next month. One of the people she asked is David Hart, assistant Read more about Exploring Challenges Facing the Great Lakes: David Hart’s View[…]