Phil Moy arrives in Colorado, inspects some boats, contemplates a “slopper”
Beginning in early May, UW Sea Grant will ask area shoppers what they know and how the feel about Wisconsin fish.
UW Sea Grant fisheries and aquatic invasive species expert Phil Moy is on his way to the Cabela’s Masters Walleye Circuit fishing tournament this weekend at Lake Pueblo State Park in Colorado, there to help spread the word among anglers about preventing the spread of aquatic invasive species.
A four-student team from Marshfield, Wis., bested schools from around the country in the annual National Ocean Sciences Bowl that pits one team’s oceanography knowledge against 24 others.
University of Wisconsin-Madison Graduate School Dean Martin Cadwallader named Jim Hurley to be the next director of Wisconsin Sea Grant, only the third in the program’s history.
The money will fund 21 grants and support 27 projects.
UW Sea Grant researchers look to use spatial narratives to engage citizens in environmental stewardship of the Great Lakes.
In honor of National Invasive Species Awareness Week (Feb. 26 – March 3), get some carpucation. Here’s five facts about Asian carp.
It’s not always apparent, but even lake sturgeon can suffer ill effects from well-known aquatic invasive species.
President Obama’s just-announced 2013 budget includes funding to restore the Cat Island chain in southern Green Bay.