There ought to be a movie! Remarkable strides in research, outreach and education give the University of Minnesota Sea Grant Program quite a history.
Peruse a timeline of program milestones and results.
Find out who gave UMD $100,000 to study the Lester/Amity Watershed and why.
What happened to the taconite tailings? The tailings deposited into Lake Superior prior to 1980 are still there. Learn How contentious litigation changed tailing disposal practices.
How fast did the winners bike-and-run up, around and down Spirit Mountain?
Three outreach projects brought honors to the program and staff members, and our communications coordinator earned an MA.
Minnesota Sea Grant has ties to Dr. Smith and the boat that was named after him.
New Publications & Services
Tune into Lake Superior science stories on summer mornings or access them anytime on the Web.
Rip currents can have a deadly grip but escaping them isn't hard if you know how. We've developed a Web page that explores Lake Superior rip currents.
Four articles analyze plankton communities, wastewater treatment, and young yellow perch.