As 2020 winds down, we asked staff members at Wisconsin Sea Grant what their favorite project was this year. Although work was a bit more challenging than usual due to our altered work circumstances, everyone managed to stay productive, and even find fulfillment. In our last post in this series, Social Science Outreach Specialist Deidre Read more about Sea Grant staff project faves, Deidre Peroff[…]
Tim Campbell, our aquatic invasive species outreach specialist, reveals his favorite project, which hugged the timeline border between 2019 and 2020.
Sharon Moen’s favorite project for 2020 is the one she was hired to manage: Eat Wisconsin Fish!
David Hart, assistant director for extension, said that updating the Wisconsin Coastal Guide was his favorite activity this year.
Anne Moser, senior special librarian and education coordinator, said the “Explore Lake Sturgeon” project was her favorite for 2020.
Julia Noordyk, our water quality and coastal communities outreach specialist, said the East River Resiliency Collaborative was her favorite 2020 project.
Our fisheries specialist, Titus Seilheimer’s favorite 2020 project is Great Lakes Aquaculture Day.
Our editor, Elizabeth White’s favorite 2020 project is her work on a story hour lesson plan for Anne Moser and the Wisconsin Water Library titled, “Can Water Be Sticky?”
This is the second in a series of posts about our staff members’ favorite projects from 2020. Our designer, Yael Gen’s favorite project is her work on our 2018-2020 Biennial Report.
The November River Talk featured Dustin Haines, research coordinator for the Lake Superior National Estuarine Research Reserve. His Zoom talk held in cooperation with Café Scientifique Twin Ports, was titled, ““Should I Stay or Should I Go? The Clash of Wetlands With Lake Levels, Invasives and Humans.”