Funding from the National Sea Grant Office and NOAA’s Disaster Preparedness Program will allow Wisconsin Sea Grant to strengthen communities’ resilience to flooding by looking at who lives in the most flood-prone areas of a city.
A two-year project by three Sea Grant programs seeks to address complex erosion issues on Lake Michigan through an integrated physical, social and community approach.
Sea Grant’s Anne Moser and Adam Bechle are beginning a project in Racine, Wisconsin, designed to connect middle-school students to their watershed by exploring coastal engineering concepts.
Jackson Parr will work with approximately 30 communities to help them assess their resilience to flooding hazards and take steps to safeguard their residents.
Adam Bechle will speak March 4 at a virtual meeting of the American Water Resources Association Wisconsin Section.
The recorded version of a Zoom webinar gives Lake Michigan coastal residents valuable information about water level forecasts, emergency management activities and much more.