The Wisconsin Maritime Museum has a new exhibit, Wisconsin’s Underwater Treasures. For the month of August, the Sea Grant and Water Resources Institute’s photo display will be installed as well, providing an ideal complement to the exhibit.
Danielle Cloutier always knew she wanted to be a scientist. Now she’ll get the chance to make a difference, too.
As part of an ongoing project, Sea Grant will host a public meeting about rising Lake Michigan water levels and what that means for people who live and recreate along the shore.
Former Coastal Engineer Phil Keillor’s legacy was renewed when Adam Bechle, a recent graduate of the University of Wisconsin-Madison, started work as the first J. Philip Keillor Science-Policy Fellow. Wisconsin Sea Grant and the Wisconsin Coastal Management Program created this opportunity to honor Keillor and to continue his work.
Five Wisconsin teachers will be plying the waters of Lake Superior this summer in the name of Great Lakes science literacy. The teachers will join 10 others as part of a Shipboard Science Workshop aboard the R/V Lake Guardian that departs from Duluth, Minn., on July 9 for six days.
Sea Grant has played a role in making beaches healthier with real-time water-quality analyses.
Green Lake residents will have the opportunity to visit the Sea Grant and Water Resources Institute display about water in the month of July as the library there plays host.
Changes to zoning laws and rising Lake Michigan water levels can have an effect on the towering bluffs of Lake Michigan in northern Milwaukee and Ozaukee counties.
The eatwisconsinfish.org website relaunches with vibrant images, tasty recipes, a map for where fish lovers can purchase a meal and nutrition facts.
By combining the best available research, a Wisconsin Sea Grant-backed team seeks to make an old fish a new star of the aquaculture universe.