An Oct. 1 Habitattitude event aims to help owners of unwanted exotic pets
Jim Sharrow with the Duluth Seaway Port Authority will be one of three speakers on Capitol Hill on Sept. 21. Sharrow, director of port planning and resiliency, will speak about the port’s successful economic activities and his work with both the Wisconsin and Minnesota Sea Grant programs on the beneficial reuse of dredged material and finding answers to the issue of freshwater corrosion of steel structures in the harbor.
Wisconsin Sea Grant is sponsoring a seminar series and a two-day conference aimed at educating students, would-be fish farmers and the public about aquaculture and aquaponics.
New 2016 NOAA Coastal Management Fellow will use technology, stakeholder engagement to imrprove the state’s coastal tourism.
Although he grew up in Massachusetts, Alex Latzka fell in love with Wisconsin’s lakes and streams when visiting relatives in his youth. That love led him to receive a Ph.D. in freshwater and marine sciences, and his current post as Wisconsin’s first full-time postgraduate Water Resources Policy Fellow.
Educators from Wisconsin and Minnesota will be sailing aboard the S/V Denis Sullivan as part of a unique professional development workshop offered by the Great Lakes Sea Grant Network’s Center for Great Lakes Literacy with financial support from the Great Lakes Restoration Initiative. The six-day, five-night workshop from August 13-18 begins in Milwaukee and ends in Duluth when the Sullivan sails into the harbor as part of the Duluth Tall Ships Festival’s Parade of Sail.
Sea Grant will offer the students it supports training to prepare them to amplify science’s impact, engage with stakeholders and assist science-based decision making.
Congratulations, Cristal Sanchez-Estrada, the 2016 Weston Scholarship winner. She’s got quite a story.
The third meeting in a series to gather public input on Lake Michigan’s higher water levels and the implications for coastal bluff stability and nearby ravines will take place on Aug. 17 in Bayside, Wis.
Watch a brief video interview with an up-ad-coming beach scientist.