Published on November 16, 2022
While not as cuddly or playful as a fuzzy puppy, mudpuppies play an important role in our ecosystem and should be handled with care.
Published on November 2, 2022
The Mobile Boat Wash Program has wrapped up its 8th season of boat wash events for organizations across Michigan dedicated to aquatic invasive species prevention.
Published on October 7, 2022
Flapping their arms like migrating birds, excited students arrived at Tawas Point State Park for a day of community-connected learning - and their student stewardship project.
Published on September 9, 2022
Native clams live long and fascinating lives in our lakes and rivers.
Published on September 1, 2022
Angela Scapini joins Michigan Sea Grant to help enhance Great Lakes literacy educational opportunities.
Published on August 26, 2022
MSU Extension administers the Michigan Clean Water Corps, or MiCorps, a statewide network of volunteer-based monitoring programs measuring lake and stream water quality.
Published on August 24, 2022
She is working with local communities, agencies, and other partners and networks in Wayne, Macomb, Monroe, and St. Clair counties.
State of the Great Lakes 2022 Reports: A look at prevention, control, and impact mitigation for aquatic invasive species in the Great Lakes
Published on August 23, 2022
While prevention of overall new aquatic invasive species is rated as good, the impact of the continued spread of existing invasive species nets the lakes a "poor" rating.
Published on August 18, 2022
Gap analysis helps scientists understand what type of research is still needed to help them gain a more complete picture of invasive species' impact on Michigan.
Published on August 10, 2022
Part 5: Across many different taxa, there are a number of common names assigned to species that have racist, xenophobic, or other ethically troubling connotations. These names present significant challenges to effective science outreach and education.