Jenna, our new science communicator, discusses her soft spot for sturgeon and her quest to see them spawn in Wisconsin this spring.
Over the course of two days in August, educators will work alongside each other, engineers, scientists and Sea Grant educators to take a deep dive into coastal engineering on Lake Michigan.
Environmental science painter and muralist Adam Swanson described how he mixes art and science for the April River Talk.
Student worker Serena George’s comic-style scientific poster was runner-up for best poster for the Midwest SETAC Meeting poster session.
Natural resource management issues often boil down to people management issues. To make meaningful progress in aquatic invasive species management issues, human behavior must be taken into account. Intersections between natural and social science is the theme of a recent article written by Wisconsin Sea Grant’s Tim Campbell and University of Wisconsin-Madison’s Bret Shaw.
Gardening has been shown to be good for our physical and mental wellbeing. This year, why not plant a garden that will also improve your community’s health?
For National Poetry Month, our science writer turns a saltwater song into a freshwater one.
Everyone’s invited to celebrate Earth Day with the kickoff of the Center for Great Lakes Literacy’s 4th Annual Great Lakes BioBlitz.
One of our science communicators takes a field trip to Wisconsin Point’s Bird Sanctuary to hear the latest intel about the status of the endangered piping plover shorebird.
Christine Carlson and Mark McConnell shared their wealth of knowledge about the community of Fond du Lac MN and Ojibwe stories for the March River Talks.