Intern Emma Kraco has teamed up this summer with Sharon Moen, Eat Wisconsin Fish outreach specialist, to help support Wisconsin food-fish producers.
Three websites can help you find fish that is tasty, healthy and supports local and regional economies. This fish is caught by commercial fishers on the Great Lakes or raised sustainably by farmers.
Continuing Wisconsin Sea Grant’s 50th anniversary blog series, communications student Eva Ryan interviewed Sharon Moen, the Eat Wisconsin Fish outreach specialist. They discussed the past, present and hopes for the future of producing fish in Wisconsin for local and global consumption.
October. In this month of Halloween, thoughts might turn toward ghosts, vampires and skeletons. Zombies, too. October is also Seafood Awareness Month. Moira Harrington, our assistant director for communications, draws the connection between zombies and fish.
Using both GIS skills and a love for cooking, Hunter Goldman is helping out our “Eat Wisconsin Fish” project this summer as an intern.
A June 2021 webinar featuring Wisconsin Sea Grant’s Sharon Moen gave consumers tips on choosing and preparing fish and seafood.
Tim Campbell, our aquatic invasive species outreach specialist, reveals his favorite project, which hugged the timeline border between 2019 and 2020.
Sharon Moen’s favorite project for 2020 is the one she was hired to manage: Eat Wisconsin Fish!
Chef and cookbook author Amy Thielen’s memoir “Give a Girl a Knife” is a vivid look at the flavors and places of the Upper Midwest.