The modern Great Lakes St. Lawrence Seaway System has supported maritime trade for 50 years, but there's more to the story. Read about a "remarkable engineering feat and model of binational cooperation."
Life in the pelagic zone of Lake Superior clearly has its ups and downs. Learn how Great Lakes research is accomplished and why light and predator pressure sends some species to the lake floor.
Siscowet lake trout were a topic of debate at a workshop this summer. The fatty fish might be abundant enough in Lake Superior to commercially harvest. But would such a fishery be sustainable and economically feasible?
You should see all the rip current information on the Minnesota Sea Grant Web site!
A stormwater research project gets underway in a Duluth neighborhood.
People working in the Great Lakes shipping industry are aware of how climate change predictions might affect their businesses but are not sure how to prepare for an uncertain future.
A photo essay exemplifies how Minnesota Sea Grant activities involved three research vessels this summer.
Rock snot is native to Lake Superior.
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Learn how to create and maintain a raingarden. Staff recommendation!
Updated facts about an aggressive crayfish.
In this award-winning publication, you'll learn how the tourism industry is meshing economic and environmental interests.
Only $4.50 (a back-to-school sale price)! The popular activity book allows kids to learn about Lake Superior while having fun.
This 2009 update explains how to minimize your exposure to contaminants when eating wild-caught fish.
Seven peer-reviewed articles advance our understanding of fish, zooplankton, bacteria, PCB remediation, and fish oil.