South Shore Yacht Club of Milwaukee has been recertified as a Wisconsin Clean Marina. The yacht club has upheld the best-management practices set by the Wisconsin Clean Marina Program since it was first certified in 2014.
In March 2019, a massive snowmelt combined with heavy rain over frozen ground disrupted lives and flooded homes along the East River near and in Green Bay. Now, a new partnership seeks to address conditions that caused the flooding and increase community resiliency.
Four online events in the Lake Talks series will take place this fall; the first is Sept. 10.
The collection of 17 training videos grew out of a workshop that took place in Kentucky last year.
A Sea Grant mapping project provided pivotal information about the location of pools in Milwaukee, which helped a park friends group convince the Milwaukee County Board to keep the pool open and make their budget cuts elsewhere.
Applications are due by Aug. 28 for a new, one-year position focused on the Eat Wisconsin Fish initiative.
Sea Grant-funded researchers are working towards a vaccine that could prevent columnaris disease in farmed fish. The disease affects many freshwater species, including yellow perch.
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, shed light on 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.