Wisconsin Sea Grant’s Natalie Chin was recently appointed by Governor Tony Evers to the Wisconsin Council on Tourism.
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Poets from around the world responded to our call for river poems for our River Talks speaker series. We compiled their chosen submissions into a booklet that is available for free download.
The latest class of finalists for the prestigious program includes four from Wisconsin: Becky Curtis, Elizabeth McNamee, Samm Newton and Theresa Vander Woude.
In late June, NOAA designated the Wisconsin Shipwreck Coast National Marine Sanctuary in the fresh, cold waters of Lake Michigan.
Deb DeLuca, executive director of the Duluth Seaway Port Authority, is part of a panel that will deliver a virtual Capitol Hill briefing.
Dr. Ryan Newton’s paper describes the importance of microorganisms in freshwater aquaponics.
This summer on Bradford Beach in Milwaukee, swimmers might notice people in light blue T-shirts pushing an ice cream cart across the sand. Instead of frozen treats, the cart contains brochures and other information that beachgoers need to keep safe.
Before venturing onto Lake Superior in the Apostle Islands National Lakeshore, paddlers and boaters should check WISC-Watch, which stands for Water Information for a Safe Coast Watch.
Local water researchers studying dangerous currents want the public to know they’ll be active on the Lake Superior beaches of Park Point this summer.