River Talks: Using fire to heal the land

The River Talks will be held at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 11, at the Lake Superior Estuarium in Superior, with “Nimaawanji’idimin Giiwitaashkodeng: Working with Fire to Heal the Land on Wisconsin and Minnesota Points,” an in-person and Zoom presentation by Evan Larson, University of Wisconsin-Platteville and Melonee Montano, Red Cliff tribal member and University of Minnesota graduate student.

A Taste of Wisconsin Waters

A Wisconsin Sea Grant event held in Madison this fall celebrated Wisconsin’s water, from drinking water to water on which businesses rely for their livelihoods. These include commercial fishing and aquaculture operations.

The stories trees tell

A research project on Wisconsin and Minnesota points seeks to combine tree-ring data with Indigenous Experiential Knowledge.

Whimsical marine debris play debuts in Door County

What empowers people to help the environment and rhymes at the same time? Answer: “Me and Debry,” a half-hour, whimsical, audience-participation play about litter (marine debris) in the Great Lakes. The script for the play will soon be available for others to use.