Wisconsin’s general fishing opener is Saturday, May 7. Anglers will be out for prize catches like trout or bass. UW Sea Grant is funding research on viral hemorrhagic septicemia (VHS) to perhaps better protect those species in the future.
For the third year running, the Marshfield High School team competing in the National Ocean Sciences Bowl has won the national crown.
For 10 years, Wisconsin Sea Grant has worked to keep recreational fishermen and boaters informed about trap nets on Lake Michigan.
In late March, Erik Rollefson joins Wisconsin Sea Grant to help raise awareness about aquatic invasive species.
UW Sea Grant-supported program offers safe disposal tips to Wisconsin boaters.
On Wednesday, April 13, UW Sea Grant will partner with the Lake Michigan Forum to host a free public seminar to discuss a plan to clean up the Sheboygan headwaters of Lake Michigan.
UW Sea Grant’s deputy director comments on newly proposed legislation in Minnesota.
Think you know everything about this finned, flying menace? You may want to think again.
While the 2011 sturgeon-spearing season ended on Feb. 27, there are other ways to keep the season alive.
Teams of marine-science-minded teens competed in Milwaukee on Feb. 5. Marshfield High School again captured a victory in the Lake Sturgeon Bowl. The team now moves to a spring National Ocean Sciences Bowl battle in Galveston, Texas, hoping to win their third crown. Last year, the team’s prize was a trip on a sea-going schooner. Students and teachers across Wisconsin are eligible to participate in this annual science-literacy competition.