Twelve summer scholars from across the country worked on coastal and water resources projects across Wisconsin.
A brand-new video celebrates Wisconsin Sea Grant’s 50 years of service.
In less than four minutes, Sea Grant’s videographer Bonnie Willison breaks down research on Great Lakes historical food webs and a keystone fish species in those webs—the cisco. Willison made liberal use of both her video shooting and editing skills, as well as engaging and educational animations, in Past, Present and Future Ciscoes: Wisconsin Sea Read more about Video, teaching tool and annual report win awards[…]
In a concise and informative video released today, Wisconsin Sea Grant presents the science behind the effectiveness of green infrastructure—rain gardens or green roofs, for instance. Green infrastructure can turn down the heat and improve water quality and habitat by absorbing heavy rainfall and diverting it from a sewer system. The question is, what combination Read more about New video explores greening of Milwaukee to combat heat island and flooding[…]
The video Voices of the Coast, Mary Lou Schneider captured a silver award in a competition run by the Council for Advancement and Support of Education.