Sea Grant’s Deidre Peroff and Belle Pappalardo are working with Milwaukee Riverkeeper to educate students about the issue of plastic pollution in the Great Lakes.
On Feb. 22, Wisconsin Sea Grant and the University of Wisconsin Water Resources Institute held a fellows convocation and award event.
The next River Talk will take place via Zoom at 7 p.m. (Central Time) Wednesday, March 3. During “A River of Poems,” a dozen poets from around the world and across the country will read their powerful, provocative and beautiful poems about rivers – the St. Louis River or others.
Adam Bechle will speak March 4 at a virtual meeting of the American Water Resources Association Wisconsin Section.
The next River Talk will take place via Zoom at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 10. Alexis Berke with the Great Lakes Aquarium will present, “A virtual visit: Explore the St. Louis River exhibits and animals at the Great Lakes Aquarium.”
Deb DeLuca, Madelyn Leopold, Becky Sapper and Lori Tate joined the Advisory Council in fall 2020.
Celeste Gunderson, a junior at UW-Madison, is the recipient of the 2020 Carl J. Weston Scholarship from Wisconsin Sea Grant.
The internships come with a $5,000 stipend, and applications are due Thursday, Feb. 25.
Owners of steel structures on inland lakes and a river in northern Minnesota are reporting the same kind of corrosion as seen in the Duluth-Superior Harbor and other harbors along Lake Superior.
Wisconsin Sea Grant shared an online version of its 36-page 2018-20 biennial report.