On Thursday, March 17, an online panel will discuss a type of fish farming known as recirculating aquaculture systems (RAS). Attendees will learn about RAS research happening in Wisconsin and nationally, and how aquaculture and wild-caught fisheries can go hand in hand to provide domestic fish for U.S. consumers.
On May 12, Jordan Murray, a Wisconsin Water Resources Science-Policy Fellow, will share steps you can take to avoid exposure to HABs and keep yourself, loved ones and pets healthy while enjoying Wisconsin’s abundant lakes.
The Feb. 17 event takes place on Zoom. Speaker Russ Green will present “What’s Next for the Wisconsin Shipwreck Coast National Marine Sanctuary?” and take audience questions.
Minneapolis-based poet Moheb Soliman will discuss his writing in conversation with Sea Grant’s Anne Moser on Dec. 9 at 7 p.m. on Zoom.
On Thursday, Nov. 11, the Lake Talks series will present the topic “Maadagindan! (Start Reading!) Literature for Young People about the Great Lakes and Ojibwe Culture” with a trio of panelists.
Caitlin Zant will present “Shipwrecks of Wisconsin” the evening of Thursday, Oct. 14.