• Six different podcast series—each one of them entertaining and educational, each one of them free.

    Six different podcast series—each one of them entertaining and educational, each one of them free.

       




  • DNR decontamination let me go home without worrying about invasive species. Wish it was more common.

    Overheard by UW Sea Grant’s Jeremy Jones at the Cabela’s 2014 National Walleye Tour event in Escanaba, Michigan. Clean, Drain, Dry, everybody.


  • UW Sea Grant’s Kathy Kline and John Karl set sail with a crew of educators this week on the schooner Denis Sullivan. John captured a bunch of cool snaps, which you can check out here: http://bit.ly/1zdo2pY

    UW Sea Grant’s Kathy Kline and John Karl set sail with a crew of educators this week on the schooner Denis Sullivan. John captured a bunch of cool snaps, which you can check out here: http://bit.ly/1zdo2pY



  • Meet the 2015 Knauss Fellows, Part One: Caroline Mosley

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    Editor’s note: This is the first in a series of three profiles of UW Sea Grant’s 2015 NOAA Knauss Marine Policy Fellows.

    By Aaron R. Conklin

    Given that even her advisor has trouble keeping up with Caroline Mosley, Washington, D.C., may want to think about preparing itself.

    Mosley, a graduate student at UW-Milwaukee’s School of Freshwater Sciences (SFS), was recently tabbed as one of three University of Wisconsin Sea Grant Knauss Marine Policy Fellows for 2015. Beginning in February, she’ll spend 12 months working in the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Association’s (NOAA) executive branch.

    It’s an honor Mosley has worked hard to earn. For the last two years, she’s been helping Harvey Bootsma, an associate professor with SFS, with his research on the effects aquatic invasive species are having on Lake Michigan’s ecosystem. 

    Well, that and maybe just a few things more.

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  • It’s an early morning start for the North American Bass Tournament on Lake Vermillion in Minnesota, where UW Sea Grant’s Jeremy Jones is currently spreading the “Clean, Drain Dry” message.  



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