Sea Grant awarded over $882K to fund five new research projects. See what our researchers will be pursuing in the next two years.
NOAA's Coastal Services Center conducted a study in the wake of Duluth's 2012 flood. What do they suggest to control future flooding in the Chester Creek Watershed? Green Infrastructure!
Communications Assistant Russell Habermann crafts imagery to highlight Lake Superiorís native fish species.
Trevor Keyler, M.S. candidate in Integrated Biosciences at the University of Minnesota Duluth, receives $1,000 to further his work in fisheries research.
92% of Minnesota's Lake Superior beachgoers know how to escape the grip of the rip. Boasting a 25% awareness increase from 2006, recent rip current outreach proves successful.
Sea Grant's Partners in Education Program with the Great Lakes Aquarium and University of Minnesota Duluth undergrads continues to reach teachers and students.
JB goes to sea, Sorensen comes aboard full-time, and a U of M graduate student wins a 2014 Best Student Paper Award.
Lake Superior water was launched into orbit.
Guest contributor Judy Zomerfelt recalls her 39 years of dedicated service to Minnesota Sea Grant.
New Publications & Services
Check out our publications, including a NEW Minnesota Sea Grant Program Guide and a full deck of Aquatic Invasive Species Watch Cards.