Duluth and communities along Lake Superior's North Shore manage tourism with ambiance, attitude, and hard work. Also find out about a new free fact sheet we offer that discusses tourism's impacts.
The EPA awarded $6 million to a team led by University of Minnesota researchers. The scientists will develop a battery of environmental indicators to monitor conditions in the Great Lakes.
University of Connecticut specialists return to the northland to share more insights about NEMO, a nonpoint source pollution program for municipal officials that combines technology, ecology, and community development.
Minnesota Sea Grant staff greeted over 1,500 people at Duluth's Boat, Sports, and Travel Show.
This is a profile of Mick Swan, the first American Indian in Marine Science (AIMS) Sea Grant scholar to graduate from the University of Minnesota.
Water on the Web and Lake Access lake education projects both received awards for technical excellence. Glenn Kreag received funding for two projects from the Northeast Region Sustainable Development Partnership.
There's a lot of steel in the Isle Royale exhibit in the Great Lakes Aquarium.
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This professionally-produced video illustrates the importance of land management along rivers and within river basins.
ANS-HACCP: Aquatic Nuisance Species-Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point Training Curriculum is a free 80-page manual designed to help bait harvesters, wildlife managers, and fish farmers reduce the risk of spreading invasive species.