The next River Talk will take place via Zoom at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 13. Kelly Beaster and Reed Schwarting with the Lake Superior Research Institute at the University of Wisconsin-Superior will present, “Coastal wetlands: Dynamic ecosystems of Lake Superior.”
Christina Remucal is investigating the fate of PFAS in Green Bay and Lake Michigan sediments and water for two years through a Wisconsin Sea Grant project. She also used her expertise to help craft the recent PFAS Action Plan for the state.
Nominations are due by midnight on Jan. 16, 2021 for the first-ever Great Lakes Champion Award.
An informative new video illuminates the varied coregonines, commonly known as cisco, that have pulsed through Great Lakes waters for 12,000 years.
To help communities cope and prepare for higher intensity storms and more rainfall, Wisconsin Sea Grant and the Wisconsin Department of Health Services (DHS) has developed a Flood Resilience Scorecard.
Moen’s efforts will serve commercial fishermen, charter fishermen, processors and aquaculture operators, as well as consumers, retailers and those in the culinary world.
Dr. Patrick Blaufuss began his position in September at the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point Northern Aquaculture Demonstration Facility.
The River Talk series is partnering with Café Scientifique Twin Ports with a virtual talk at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 11, via Zoom. Dustin Haines, research coordinator with the Lake Superior National Estuarine Research Reserve, will speak.
Wisconsin Sea Grant announced it will confer the award in early 2021.
Our new Trash Trunk This learning kit focuses on trash found in our waterways, otherwise known as marine debris. Its free lessons are applicable for learners at levels kindergarten through adult in both formal and informal educational settings.