These tiny particles have inspired everyone from Victorian microscopists to Lake Superior researchers. Read how diatoms are helping paint the picture of Lake Superior history today.
Coastal cruise ship M/V Yorktown's visit to the Duluth-Superior Harbor represents an on-the-rise tourism option for Great Lakes lovers. It also offers on-board education and revenue to Duluth.
The research isn't all there quite yet, but the Beach Sweep is already helping to prevent the negative consequences of coastal litter.
The highly acclaimed board game continues to educate community leaders about best water management practices, now with a couple new updates.
A year of treacherous weather prompts us to be "climate ready." Are you?
200 guests, 10 chefs, 1 fish! The response to the "Fish Fling" and winners come to light.
We're increasing Great Lakes literacy, continuing to fight the spread of aquatic invasive species, and helping assess extreme weather losses.
Three must be our lucky number: Minnesota Sea Grant adds three rookies to its hard-hitting roster as three veterans climb the steps of the aquatic management world.
In 2005 researchers described a new species of diatom, endemic only to Lake Superior and Lake Nipigon.
Director Jeff Gunderson explains Minnesota Sea Grant's resolutions for 2013 and beyond.
New Publications & Services
Check out our latest publications, including Life of the Lakes: A Guide to the Great Lakes Fishery; Superior Facts: 3-quadrillion Gallons, one Great Lake; and more.