Five inquiries, two years, $886,000. Read about what we’re studying and why.
Studies of fish eyesight are increasing our understanding of evolution, human health, and predator-prey relationships.
Dredge material from the Duluth Superior Harbor is improving wetlands rather than filling up an expensive containment facility.
Try Hannah Wolters's first prize recipe: Baked Lake Superior Whitefish Toast Points.
Dr. James Carlton from Mystic Seaport, Mass., taught us a thing or two about one of nature’s aquatic oddities.
Learn how Northland NEMO has influenced the way local leaders think about land use.
We’re hiring a Coastal Storms Outreach Coordinator, saying goodbye to two hard-working students, and celebrating a few awards.
One great storm can change a Great Lake.
Director Jeff Gunderson explains the ways in which Minnesota Sea Grant is helping communities brace for extreme weather events.
New Publications & Services
Check out our latest publication Superior Facts, our new online resources, and three new journal reprints (two are about spiny waterfleas, the other is about Lake Superior’s temperature).