Dong-Fang Deng’s research helps fish get the nutrients they need.
A Sea Grant-sponsored late August panel explored the promise and downsides of phosphorus use.
Recent Fellows Convocation and Awards Event celebrated students, researchers and champions.
Young people have options of further schooling or entering the workforce. Two new grants will enable Sea Grant staff to help students sort through those choices.
Part two of a series profiling the summer scholars working on coastal and water resources projects.
Twelve summer scholars from across the country worked on coastal and water resources projects across Wisconsin.
Sea Grant is sponsoring a panel about phosphorus and harmful algal blooms on Aug. 31. It will be in person at Memorial Union in Madison and also livestreamed.
How do you make a park in the middle of Lake Superior accessible to people with disabilities? Natalie Chin and Marie Zhuikov from our staff had the chance to travel to Stockton Island in the Apostle Islands National Lakeshore to see first-hand what the park is doing to make it more accessible.
A report published recently by Wisconsin Sea Grant cites a lack of housing as a major barrier to development of nature-based jobs in Wisconsin’s northern tier. A recent webinar provided more insights from people who contributed to the report.
Sea Grant’s Sharon Moen won a national communications award last week.