Press Room

Wisconsin Sea Grant has been around for more than 42 years -- providing science for the sustainable use of the Great Lakes. There are a lot of great stories to tell, and here's the place to connect with staff who will help tell them, or explore them first-hand through recent media coverage, news releases or as part of video or audio narratives.


News

Name That ROV
Got a catchy name for our hardworking educational remotely operated vehicle? Send it our way.  Read more...


With New Website, Explore Wisconsin Shipwrecks While Staying Dry
Explore 760 Wisconsin Great Lakes shipwrecks from dry land by visiting the just-launched wisconsinshipwrecks.org site.  Read more...


River Talk to Focus on Wisconsin Point

November's River Talk has been postponed until Thursday, Dec. 18, 7 p.m. at the Lake Superior National Estuarine Research Reserve Learning Center (3 Marina Dr., Superior, Wis.)

Bob Miller, a Lake Superior Ojibway tribal member, will present, “What’s the Point? Ojibway History and the Unique Value of Wisconsin Point.”

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River Talk Series Begins With Business Panel

 The first River Talk, “An Industrious River: How Business Relies on Fresh Water,” is scheduled for Oct. 16 at 7 p.m. at the Red Mug (916 Hammond Ave, Superior, Wis.) Panelists are Emily Vikre, Vikre Distillery; Charlie Studuhar, Spirit Lake Marina; and Heather Holmes, North Shore Stand Up Paddleboarding.

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Archive
Visit the Archive page to review prior Press Room posts and news releases through the years. Read more...


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Media Contacts

Communications Manager
Moira Harrington
(608) 263-5371



Social Media Coordinator and Science Communicator
Aaron Conklin
(608) 262-6393



Science Communicator and Videographer
John Karl
(608) 263-8621



Science Communicator
Marie Zhuikov
(715) 392-3472



Backgrounders

Wisconsin Sea Grant Annual Reports
Sea Grant annual reports offer a comprehensive look at the work in support of the Great Lakes.

2012-14 Biennial Report 

2010-12 Biennial Report

40th Anniversary Report

2004-06 Biennial Report



Current Research and Outreach Projects
Check out the 22 Sea Grant research projects and roughly 40 outreach projects for 2014 to '16. Read more...


Great Lakes and Wisconsin Water Facts
Wisconsin is saturated with water and many facts are detailed here.
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Experts List
Find the best person on our staff to answer your questions. Read more...


Wisconsin Sea Grant Quick Facts
Explore some Wisconsin Sea Grant facts and milestones Read more...


Wisconsin Sea Grant History
Founded on July 1, 1968, the Wisconsin Sea Grant College Program is one of 32 Sea Grant Programs in the U.S. Located in coastal areas, Sea Grant, much like its Land Grant counterparts, harnesses the academic strengths of  the nation's leading universities. Read more...


Recent Clips

Follow Some Recent News Stories About Wisconsin Sea Grant
Kenosha News quotes Sea Grant on Lake Michigan's water level and a Halloween 2014 storm 

New York Times quotes Sea Grant on Great Lakes water levels

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel talks with Sea Grant's fisheries specialist about a Lake Michigan fish







Video and Audio

Video
From fish growing in greenhouses, to stemming the growth of nuisance algae in Lake Michigan to the comeback of Lake Sturgeon in Wisconsin, find these videos and more. Be sure to click on the "subscribe" button to get notification when new videos become available. Read more...


Audio Podcasts
Learn more about water-related projects and policies through our numerous podcasts that you download right from our site or visit iTunes to load onto mobile devices. Read more...


Aquatic Sciences Chronicle

Vol 3, 2014
Read up on some Sea Grant research on the effectiveness of beach cleanup, along with droplets of news on coastal storms projects, lake sturgeon and staff changes. Read more...


Volume 2, 2014
Catch up on some Sea Grant-funded research into burbot spawning in Lake Michigan, along with news on our extension staff, the departure of AIS expert Phil Moy and a climate change study focused on tree rings. Read more...


Volume 1, 2014
Read the latest program newsletter for details on a comprehensive report about Green Bay, the economic impact of fishing in Sheboygan and news about a D.C.-bound fellow. Read more...


Volume 4, 2013
The 4th issue of 2013 of the Aquatic Sciences Chronicle. VHS testing, Chromium VI and Jenn Hauxwell of our Advisory Council, and more, are within its pages.


Get a Free Subscription
The Aquatic Sciences Chronicle is distributed four times a year. Get a free subscription for either a print copy or -- go green -- and get an automatic e-mail letting you know when a new online version is available. Read more...


Full Archive of Chronicle Issues
Access the full archive of issues of the Aquatic Sciences Chronicle. Click the "browse" tab in the upper left. Read more...

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