The next River Talk will be at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday, March 13, with “What Lies Below? Underwater Mapping Near and in the St. Louis River Estuary,” an in-person and virtual presentation by Brandon Krumwiede with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. His talk will be held at the Lake Superior Estuarium (3 Marina Dr., Superior, Wis.).
A new study published by University of Wisconsin-Madison researchers found that fear is a large driver in lakeshore property owners’ preferences for herbicide treatments of aquatic invasive plants over other management options, even if those treatments may harm native plants and animals.
Registration is open for an “Invasive Species Language Workshop” that be held online and in-person on Feb. 27-28. A virtual half-day of webinar presentations will be followed by a full-day workshop in Washington, D.C., where attendees will draft guidelines and research priorities for inclusive communication and naming conventions.
Our partner, the Lake Superior National Estuarine Research Reserve is holding its 14th annual St. Louis River Summit March 6-7 with in-person sessions at the University of Wisconsin-Superior Yellowjacket Union and field trip options on March 8.
A team from the University of Wisconsin-Madison received a grant from Illinois-Indiana Sea Grant to study PFAS messaging to water users in Wisconsin with a special focus on Latinos.
Sea Grant announces a $4.6 million investment in Great Lakes research, education and outreach over two years.
Maritime archaeologist Tamara Thomsen uncovers the story of double centerboard schooners in Lake Michigan.
Hear what leaders in several northern Wisconsin counties and cities worked on for the 2023 Lake Superior Climate Champions Program.
A program for community leaders in northern Wisconsin who are looking for ways to address climate change is available through Wisconsin Sea Grant and the Lake Superior National Estuarine Research Reserve.
The Wisconsin Commercial Fisherman’s Association honored Sharon Moen with an award last week.