In early March, the Wisconsin Aquaculture Association held its annual conference, placing a special emphasis this year on diversifying markets and understanding consumers.
Due to COVID-19 concerns, three face-to-face meetings have been replaced by a webinar that will help the public understand what’s in store for Great Lakes water levels this spring and summer.
Public informational meetings will take place in in Manitowoc, Somers and Mequon on March 17, 18 and 19.
Updates to reduce stormwater runoff on Barker’s Island in Superior are scheduled for the next two summers.
At 6:30 p.m. on Tuesday, March 3, Vern Northrup, member of the Fond du Lac Tribe of Lake Superior Chippewa, will present “Akinomaage: Teaching From the Earth.”
A new series called The Lake Talks will take place in communities on or near Lake Michigan and touch upon issues of importance to the Great Lakes.
Nineteen educators learned more about Ojibwe culture, treaty rights and water ecology by attending a workshop and pow wow in Carlton, Minnesota.
The University of Wisconsin Sea Grant College Program today announced the award of more than $5.8 million in Great Lakes research, education and outreach dollars for 2020-22 as part of a federal-state partnership. Sea Grant will fund 15 research, three education and 32 outreach projects on six University of Wisconsin campuses and at a Read more about Wisconsin Sea Grant to provide more than $5.8 million for Great Lakes research, education and outreach over two years[…]
The River Talk series continues at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, Feb. 12, at the Lake Superior Estuarium. Nancy Schuldt, water protection coordinator with the Fond du Lac Band of Lake Superior Chippewa, will be the presenter.
This Sea Grant effort will support the growth of the sustainable, land-based Atlantic salmon industry in the United States.