Sea Grant education leads to a $15 million market for Great Lakes commercial fisheries.
Director Jim Hurley is retiring on Oct. 13.
This week, Wisconsin Sea Grant and Midwest Environmental Advocates launched Public Trust, a new podcast miniseries that explores Wisconsin’s response to PFAS contamination. Host Richelle Wilson visits communities impacted by these toxic “forever chemicals” to understand how local residents have been affected and what they’re doing to secure their rights to clean water. The miniseries Read more about Podcast miniseries highlights stories of Wisconsin communities impacted by PFAS pollution[…]
Michael Notaro with the University of Wisconsin-Madison is teaching Wisconsin school children the similarities in snowflakes to share the wonder of nature and information about the Great Lakes climate, but also to expand an international environmental database.
All are invited to attend the last in a series of three events designed for birders of all skills and abilities. Join “Everyone Can Bird: World Migratory Bird Day,” 9:30-11:30 a.m., Saturday, Oct. 14, at. Hawk Ridge in Duluth.
The River Talks, a series of informal science presentations, returns at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 11, for the season with “Duluth’s Lost Industries Along the St. Louis River,” an in-person presentation by local historian and author, Tony Dierckins. His talk will be held at the Lake Superior Estuarium
Dong-Fang Deng’s research helps fish get the nutrients they need.
A Sea Grant-sponsored late August panel explored the promise and downsides of phosphorus use.
Recent Fellows Convocation and Awards Event celebrated students, researchers and champions.
Young people have options of further schooling or entering the workforce. Two new grants will enable Sea Grant staff to help students sort through those choices.