Communications Director Moira Harrington offers her own view of the past year’s empirical, humorous and anecdotal looks at nature in the time of COVID.
Spring is the right time to head to your local stream to see the migration and spawning of Great Lakes sucker species. As water temperatures warm, white and longnose suckers feel the need to move from the Great Lakes into tributaries.
Our “River of Poems” reading in conjunction with the St. Louis River Summit featured a dozen poets from across the country and around the world!
The February River Talk featured Alexis Berke with the Great Lakes Aquarium presenting, “A virtual visit: Explore the St. Louis River exhibits and animals at the Great Lakes Aquarium.” Berke, director of learning and engagement, offered a mini-guided tour of the St. Louis River exhibits at the aquarium designed for all ages
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 January 2021 River Talk featured Kelly Beaster and Reed Schwarting with the Lake Superior Research Institute at the University of Wisconsin-Superior tag-teamed and presented, “Coastal wetlands: Dynamic ecosystems of Lake Superior.”