As part of the lead-up to the launch of the 80th annual sturgeon spearing season on Feb. 11, our outreach specialist shares some thoughts about the unique experience of sturgeon culture.
UW-Milwaukee’s School of Freshwater Sciences recently received a remotely operated vehicle from Collins Engineers Inc. The Milwaukee firm is supporting the work of aspiring underwater engineers, and other Sea Grant-funded researchers with the technology.
Visitors reveal some surprising information about what they don’t know and would like to know about five beaches in Milwaukee County.
UW Sea Grant videographer John Karl dropped in on a meeting to kick off remediation projects in the Sheboygan River Area of Concern.
On the first day of Christmas, our AIS specialist gave to us…some great information on his favorite topic. Sing along, won’t you?
Dr. William Karasov’s research shows commonly used manufacturing flame retardant increases mortality, stunts growth of tadpoles.
The goal is to raise awareness and understanding of remediation efforts in the Great Lakes area, and recruit new partners to the cause.
Dr. Athelstan Spilhaus would have celebrated his 100th birthday on Friday, Nov. 25. UW Sea Grant’s takes note of this accomplished man who is responsible for the National Sea Grant College Program.
UW Sea Grant works with partners on the Clean Marina Program. There are now 17 certified clean marinas, promising stronger businesses and cleaner waters in 2012.
In 2011, UW Sea Grant-funded AIS experts and inspectors reached more boaters and anglers than last year–in part because there were more of them.