A Sea Grant graduate fellow talks about Siscowets, their ability to see prey in the dark and the way of research.
The Upper Midwest Invasive Species Conference 2014 made it clear that society needs to rethink invasive species management strategies and policies.
Roadside ditches require thought, maintenance and, believe it or not, your attention.
To improve aquatic science literacy, 20 educators helped EPA/UMD researchers to collect invasive fish data.
It just keeps getting better! Oceanaire Seafood Room, Minneapolis, took top honors with a Lake Herring entree at this year’s Taste of Lake Superior Fish Classic.
Faced with increased climate variability and weather extremes, communities could fare better if they diversify crops, energy sources, etc
Minnesota Sea Grant is supporting a two-year study to examine the interplay between human and hydrological systems.
New to the Minnesota Sea Grant Office: Two awards and an Americorps volunteer.
Fish names, both common and scientific, change fairly regularly.
Director Jeff Gunderson describes the ways Minnesota Sea Grant is evaluated and invites readers to share perspectives with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.
Issued by Jeff Gunderson, Director of The University of Minnesota Sea Grant Program — A Site Review Team convened by the Director of the National Sea Grant College Program will visit Minnesota Sea Grant, a system-wide program of the University of Minnesota, on January 27-28, 2015. I invite any person to email comments on Minnesota Sea Grant for the review team to consider to email@example.com. Comments need to be submitted by January 19, 2015.
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Hot off the press: Truly Superior Fish note cards, the Field Guide for Maintaining Rural Roadside Ditches, and two journal articles about fish and foodwebs.