There's a movement afoot to provide organic aquaculture products and Sea Grant is one of the organizations at the forefront of international and national efforts to develop standards. Chefs from the Twin Cities helped us host an Organic Seafood Tasting Tour.
A survey of Cook County, MN, residents explored their opinions about the social and economic impacts of snowmobiling and cross-country skiing.
We are providing more than $527,000 over the next two years to fund research by graduate students through the University of Minnesota.
An art gallery hop and a media tour were among some of the new twists we organized for the Society for Conservation Biology meeting held in Duluth last spring.
The coastal wetlands of Lake Superior provide critical habitat for species that drive the system's food web. Find out what Janet Keough, acting director of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's Mid-continent Research Division has to say about wetlands.
A documentary on the impact of endocrine disrupters and featuring University of Minnesota research and outreach efforts was broadcast to 11.7 million Japanese television viewers in October.
Our tourism and recreation specialist has retired after 17 years with us. Now he's off to South Australia!
Find out what's new with Sea Grant staff members.
What happened on July 12, 2003?
New Publications & Services
Historic photographs of Lake Superior coupled with voices from a time when American life was more basic might be the ideal way to soothe the hectic months of 2004.
We've published a 28-page 2003-2005 Program Guide that is free to the public.
Michigan Sea Grant provides a new booklet and poster on the Great Lakes Fisheries.
Discover NOAA's Great Lakes Ice Atlas
Find out about this funding opportunity for graduate students.