17th Annual Meeting of the Society for Conservation Biology to be Held in Duluth, MN, June 28-July 2
An international gathering of more than 1,200 biologists will convene this summer in Duluth to discuss conservation issues associated with the interactions between land and water.
We recently funded nine new research projects involving Lake Superior and Minnesota's inland lakes.
A researcher is delving into the root of the romantic language of sea lamprey and perhaps a key to their management in the Great Lakes.
Find out who won the St. Louis River Citizens Action Committee's 2002 Environmental Stewardship Awards.
Minnesota graduate students interested in ocean, coastal or Great lakes policy are encouraged to apply for this prestigious fellowship in Washington, D.C.
Minnesota high school students are encouraged to enter our aquatic nuisance species essay contest — deadline April 22.
A fun factoid about the International Year of Fresh Water.
New Publications & Services
Our latest print run of 1 million business-sized information cards focuses on the pugnacious rusty crayfish, the diminutive spiny and fishhook waterfleas, and the fast-growing European frogbit.
"Invasive Aquatic and Wetland Plants Field Guide" is a new publication that natural resource field personnel and home water gardeners alike will value.
Two new journal reprints address steelhead trout and northern pike genetics.