Ever since she was a child, Sarah Brown has been interested in what makes people tick. She pursued that interest and intends to make good use of it in her new role as a J. Philip Keillor Wisconsin Coastal Management-Sea Grant Fellow for Lake Superior.
The Feb. 17 event takes place on Zoom. Speaker Russ Green will present “What’s Next for the Wisconsin Shipwreck Coast National Marine Sanctuary?” and take audience questions.
Twelve new research projects will build Great Lakes understanding, leading to science-based management and policy decisions.
The next River Talk will take place at 7 p.m., Wednesday, February 9, via Zoom. Mark Loomis, with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s Great Lakes National Program Office, will present, “Update on the Spirit Lake Great Lakes Legacy Act Project.”
With USDA support, a network focused on raising Atlantic salmon in land-based systems is moving into an exciting new phase.
New coastal resilience initiative along Lake Michigan to serve communities.
The next River Talk will take place at 7 p.m., Wednesday, January 12, in person at the Lake Superior Estuarium (3 Marina Dr., Superior, Wisconsin). Jeff Savage, Fond du Lac Band of Lake Superior Chippewa cultural center and museum director, will share “Stories of Spirit Island.”
Undergraduate students can apply now for summer 2022 internships.
The journal Nature today publishes a study about reducing mercury pollution improves fish contamination levels.
In 1966, when President Lyndon Johnson signed the National Sea Grant College Act, it’s because of Robert Ragotzkie that not just oceans and the salty coasts were included in the law. The Great Lakes were also provided with resources to conduct research on and offer education and outreach related to the world’s largest source of Read more about Advocate for Great Lakes science dies at 97[…]