Teachers from northern Wisconsin and northern Minnesota received firsthand experience in their watershed recently, thanks to the Rivers2Lake Education Program run by the Lake Superior National Estuarine Research Reserve.
Speaker Jackson Parr will discuss the Flood Resilience Scorecard and how it helps Wisconsin communities prepare for flooding events and their aftermaths.
The new liaisons include one focused on aquatic invasive species, in cooperation with Wisconsin Sea Grant and the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service.
A two-year project by three Sea Grant programs seeks to address complex erosion issues on Lake Michigan through an integrated physical, social and community approach.
Vicky and Bud Harris have a long affiliation with Sea Grant, and commitment to the Green Bay ecosystem. They are recent award winners.
Researchers found that a direct, factual approach was effective and avoided the unwanted connotations that other types of message framing may have.
Great Lakes Aquaculture Days 2021 shines a spotlight on six unique fish-farming operations in the region. Participants in this free event will learn about a range of aquaculture methods.
Wisconsin Sea Grant’s Natalie Chin was recently appointed by Governor Tony Evers to the Wisconsin Council on Tourism.
Sea Grant won two communications awards in an international competition sponsored by Apex. Awards are based on excellence in graphic design, editorial content, and the ability to achieve overall communications effectiveness. APEX Grand Awards honor the outstanding works in each main category, while APEX Awards of Excellence recognize exceptional entries in each of the individual Read more about Sea Grant wins communications awards[…]
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.