We are always grateful for Wisconsin waters. Thanksgiving is a chance to say an extra thank-you.
Get to know Morgan Witte, a master’s student in library and information science who is working primarily with the Wisconsin Water Library.
A popular and award-winning Sea Grant book about a conservation success story is now available in paperback.
The River Talk series continues at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, Nov. 14, at the Lake Superior Estuarium (3 Marina Dr., Superior, Wis.). Elizabeth Minor, a professor with the University of Minnesota Duluth’s Large Lakes Observatory, will present: “Lake Superior Storm Stories: A Biogeochemist’s View of the Plumes.”
This fall, Wisconsin Sea Grant bid farewell to a longtime and treasured employee, Kathy Schmitt Kline. She’s played many roles in the organization, all in service to Great Lakes stakeholders.
Wisconsin Sea Grant has been awarded a grant from the national office of Sea Grant, housed at the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, to support the further development of sustainable, land-based Atlantic salmon aquaculture.
A free monthly series of two-way science conversations where researchers on topics like butterflies, water, politics and Wisconsin’s deer herd will welcome questions. The Tap Talks are slated for 4 p.m. on second Sundays, September 2018 through May 2019.
The photo exhibit, “Under the Surface – A Photographic Journey of Hope and Healing,” is currently showing at the Great Lakes Aquarium in Duluth, Minnesota, and will soon be coming to Madison, Wisconsin, or a town near you.
Gene Clark, Wisconsin Sea Grant’s coastal engineer, is planning to retire in 2019. Read about his standout accomplishments, which include the Sea Caves Watch Project, the freshwater steel corrosion issue in Lake Superior and the beneficial reuse of material dredged from Great Lakes harbors. We will miss him!
The Lake Superior National Estuarine Research Reserve and the Minnesota and Wisconsin Sea Grant programs are starting the sixth year of science café-type evening talks about the St. Louis River Estuary in October. The talk, “Shedding Light on Groundwater,” is scheduled for Wednesday, Oct. 24, 7 p.m. at the Estuarium (3 Marina Drive, Superior, Wis.). The speaker is Kelsey Prihoda, a researcher with the Lake Superior Research Institute at the University of Wisconsin-Superior.