Curio-cabinet oddities remind us to pick up our trash.
Learn about Lake Superior's unusual nitrate trend and why this ultra-cold Great Lake might not be ultra-oligotrophic.
A new Unified Development Chapter shows that The City of Duluth, Minnesota, is serious about stormwater management.
Try Chef Ron Bohnert's gold-medal recipe, Lake Superior Bluefin Herring.
The results of A Salute to Lake Superior's Sustainable Fisheries indicate the event was exceptional.
A show-stopping photograph illustrates the why cooking is called "the culinary arts" and leads to recipes for Lake Superior fish.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency took a much-anticipated step toward setting a national standard for the number of organisms allowable in ballast water discharge.
Students and teachers explore the St. Louis River on foot and by iPhone.
Leah Sharpe and Brooke White are learning about marine policy through yearlong fellowships in Washington, D.C.
Climate Change Extension Educator joins staff.
Lake Superior's ice coverage declined by 79% over the last 39 years.
Find out why Minnesota Sea Grant's director is tossing and turning at night.
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