An ongoing conversation about installing ballast water treatment systems on board Great Lakes vessels includes a long, hard look into the state of technology and science.
Symposium goers discussed genetic engineering as a tool for controlling invasive fish. Invited speakers included Australians working on the Daughterless Carp Program.
Whales in Lake Superior? Really?
11 in 8 months! Ever-so-brief insights from the 11 conferences we helped sponsor since May 2010.
Moving sediment in the St. Louis River became a lesson in cooperative remediation.
$1.7 million commits Minnesota Sea Grant staff to aquatic invasive species outreach and extending information about Great Lakes beaches.
Kitson joins Minnesota Sea Grant and Herrera earns a $23,000 fellowship.
An economic study conducted through the University of Minnesota Duluth reports that harvesting fish from Lake Superior and processing fish along Minnesota’s North Shore considerably boosts the local economy.
Uganda, tall ships, and data buoys…snapshots of our lives.
The U.S. Coast Guard and coastal communities practice responding to fuel spills.
In appreciation of our National Site Review and partnerships.
New Publications & Services
New brochure and useful products.
Useful online resources.
New coaster brook trout research published in Conservation Genetics.