In charge of the holiday shopping list for that water-inclined person? Sea Grant has suggestions.
Titus Seilheimer brings energy, research ecology background to key outreach position.
More care and attention is on the way for the Great Lakes due to our recent call for preproposals.
Social science is gaining emphasis within Sea Grant and other natural resource-related programs.
Kathy Kline, former UW Sea Grant science writer and co-author of “People of the Sturgeon,” charts new directions for the program’s education mission.
When University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee student Chelsea Berg was accepted for a prestigious Knauss Fellowship in 2009, little did she know that one day she would direct the program.
Aquatic species out of place create major problems in their new homes. UW Sea Grant’s Phil Moy muses on the phenomenon.
Sea Grant’s Fred Binkowski has lent a hand to the science team at Milwaukee’s Vincent High School. The school now has an aquaponics setup and curriculum, part of a reinvigorated urban agricultural program.
The Wisconsin Sea Grant Institute watercraft inspection program, run during the summer in cooperation with the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources (WDNR), reached 13,200 people and inspected 6,400 watercraft.
What makes a river ugly or beautiful? Sea Grant expertise is contributing to efforts to define what makes waterways aesthetically pleasing.