A webinar on Aug. 12 offers the opportunity for beach managers and outdoor recreation professionals to share how COVID-19 has impacted their jobs on state and local levels.
Recently published findings in the journal Limnology and Oceanography: Methods, of the Association for the Science of Limnology and Oceanography, what spiny waterfleas are eating in Lake Michigan.
Madeline Island Yacht Club has been certified as a Wisconsin Clean Marina. As such, the yacht club promotes environmentally responsible business practices to minimize pollution and improve water quality.
Lydia Salus, the new J. Philip Keillor Wisconsin Coastal Management Sea Grant Fellow, is tackling the challenge of developing resilience in coastal communities across the Great Lakes region.
Research compared two methods for removing aquatic invasive species from watercraft, as well as two periods of time spent on removal, and found no significant difference.
Wisconsin Sea Grant is pleased to announce two Wisconsin finalists among the next class of the national John A. Knauss Marine Policy Fellowship program, Stephanie Houser and Rachel Johnson.
Some strains of E. coli can survive for a long time in beach sand, meaning that the presence of E. coli is not necessarily an indicator of recent fecal pollution and contaminated water.
A unique program in northern Wisconsin uses the healing value and inspiration of spending time in water to aid youths facing significant mental health challenges and to educate middle and high school students. Thanks to funding from Wisconsin Sea Grant, the program is expanding its reach, and connecting teens with freshwater science.
Over the course of ten weeks, eight interns are coming together to share their experiences. Their Wisconsin Sea Grant internships, targeted toward underserved and indigenous communities, are taking place this summer.
The video Voices of the Coast, Mary Lou Schneider captured a silver award in a competition run by the Council for Advancement and Support of Education.