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Wisconsin fish farmers look to boost their marketing savvy and stay on top of current science
In early March, the Wisconsin Aquaculture Association held its annual conference, placing a special emphasis this year on diversifying markets and understanding consumers.
Operations during COVID-19
While COVID-19 has disrupted our face-to-face operations, Sea Grant staff are working remotely and remain ready to serve the public through email and the phone.
In-person sessions on Great Lakes water levels replaced by March 18 webinar
Due to COVID-19 concerns, three face-to-face meetings have been replaced by a webinar that will help the public understand what's in store for Great Lakes water levels this spring and summer.
Canceled: Experts host additional panels about Great Lakes water levels and their impact
Public informational meetings will take place in in Manitowoc, Somers and Mequon on March 17, 18 and 19.
Environmental improvements coming to Barker’s Island
Updates to reduce stormwater runoff on Barker's Island in Superior are scheduled for the next two summers.
Akinomaage: Teaching From the Earth
At 6:30 p.m. on Tuesday, March 3, Vern Northrup, member of the Fond du Lac Tribe of Lake Superior Chippewa, will present "Akinomaage: Teaching From the Earth."
Wisconsin Sea Grant kicks off new series of public talks with March 4 Green Bay event
A new series called The Lake Talks will take place in communities on or near Lake Michigan and touch upon issues of importance to the Great Lakes.