Euan Reavie with the Natural Resources Research Institute described possible reasons behind a seeming increase in harmful algal blooms in the St. Louis River Estuary and Lake Superior at a recent River Talk.
Sea Grant Science Communicator Jenna Mertz learns how fish aquaculture water turns into organic greens, both of which reach dinner tables in Wisconsin and beyond!
Science Communicator Marie Zhuikov recounts lessons learned at a recent symposium on wild rice, which she attended with Deidre Peroff, our social science outreach specialist.
The Wisconsin and Minnesota Aquaculture Conference is a way to learn current research management practices, educational initiatives and more from experts across the Midwest.
Last summer, UW-Madison student Andrew Glasgow worked to develop an inexpensive, accessible method for detection of PFAS in drinking water. It didn’t go as planned.
Tony Dierckins shared his knowledge of the history of the industries surrounding the waterways of Duluth, Minnesota, and Superior, Wisconsin, for the October River Talk. He focused on businesses that have been lost or changed along the way.
By participating in the Freshwater@UW-Madison program, Kara Eppard developed her research skills, prepared for her future academic and career endeavors, and developed professional and social relationships with her peers, instilling connections that will last throughout her career.
Wisconsin Sea Grant is one of the sponsors of a Manoomin (Wild Rice) Symposium happening in November. Check it out!
Summer research student, Melina Dennis, studied groundwater flooding but learned a whole lot more thanks to the Freshwater Collaborative.
Two of our staff members fully immersed themselves in the experience of harvesting wild rice.