Wisconsin is home to five teacher mentor/mentee pairs who have a passion for the Great Lakes. They are sharing their expertise in a program that benefits the educators and their students that’s organized by the Center for Great Lakes Literacy.
Newly published research sheds light on how the bay of Green Bay has changed over time. Until this effort, the benthos of lower Green Bay had not been comprehensively studied since 1978.
Christina Remucal is investigating the fate of PFAS in Green Bay and Lake Michigan sediments and water for two years through a Wisconsin Sea Grant project. She also used her expertise to help craft the recent PFAS Action Plan for the state.
On Thursday, April 15, Dr. Sarah Balgooyen will talk about what are frequently dubbed “forever chemicals.”
Four online events in the Lake Talks series will take place this fall; the first is Sept. 10.
The efforts of a research team led by Chris Houghton will shed light on the food web in lower Green Bay and carry implications for Area of Concern listing in the area.