A brand-new video celebrates Wisconsin Sea Grant’s 50 years of service.
Hannah Paulson, the newest J. Philip Keillor Wisconsin Coastal Management-Sea Grant Fellow, brings strong interests in both social equity and nature-based solutions for stabilizing shorelines.
What empowers people to help the environment and rhymes at the same time? Answer: “Me and Debry,” a half-hour, whimsical, audience-participation play about litter (marine debris) in the Great Lakes. The script for the play will soon be available for others to use.
Anne Moser was named the 2022 Nonformal Educator of the Year by the Wisconsin Association for Environmental Education.
Scott McComb recently completed training through the Wisconsin Lake Leaders Institute, culminating in an October graduation with members of his cohort.
2023 Freshwater@UW Summer Research Scholars Program opportunities–31 of them–are now open for review and application.
The River Talks will be held at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 9, at the Lake Superior Estuarium, with “Tell us What you Love About the River,” an in-person presentation by Molly Wick, Lake Superior Reserve Margaret A. Davidson Fellow, who will describe a study she designed to help environmental managers understand how the community benefits from local lakes, rivers and streams and how this work could help make those benefits more accessible to everyone.
A pioneering researcher of the Green Bay ecosystem recently died. He received many years of Sea Grant funding to further understanding of the bay.
Barker’s Island in the Duluth-Superior Harbor was the site of a free, bird-focused morning recently. People of all ages and ability levels attended an accessible birding outing led by experts from the Hawk Ridge Bird Observatory and the Friends of the Lake Superior Reserve.
The public artwork will celebrate Wisconsin Sea Grant’s 50th anniversary. The artists’ concept takes a look at the base of the Lake Michigan food web, as well as human enjoyment of the lake.