The fish-killing virus VHSv might not be as damaging to wild fish populations as was once thought, but fisheries experts still hope to keep Minnesota VHSv-free.
Copepods, the animals that dominate Lake Superior's zooplankton scene and look like food to many fish species, respond to wind and water temperatures.
Teachers can take a science cruise on the Great Lakes for credit.
Commemorating 50 years of research makes the largest island in Lake Superior more vivid to students and teachers.
Anne Cooper, our 2009 Knauss Fellow, and 2008 Fellow Julie Palakovich Carr send greetings from Washington, D.C.
Minnesota Sea Grant director Steve Bortone is hosting The Sea Grant Files, a new radio program airing each Wednesday morning on KUMD (103.3 FM).
Steve Bortone, Anne Kapuscinski, and Barb Liukkonen are leaving Sea Grant and Jeff Gunderson takes on a new responsibility.
View from the Lake boat trips, a conference about rip currents, and an opportunity to purchase economically priced rain barrels - learn about them here.
One of the top science stories of 2008 was co-authored by a University of Minnesota Duluth and Large Lakes Observatory professor.
Director Steve Bortone applauds his hard working staff while saying farewell.
New Publications & Services
Learn more about raising baitfish, invasive crayfish, and parasites of freshwater fish through new information on the Minnesota Sea Grant Web site.
Updated facts about an aggressive crayfish.
Information about two invasive plants on one wallet-sized card.
The Duluth area is a Mecca for freshwater research and outreach. Read about water-related projects and people.
The tourism industry is meshing economic and environmental interests. Chile, New Zealand, and Australia provide a backdrop for innovative ideas.
Recent research about fish, zooplankton, bacteria, and endocrine-disrupting chemicals.