How to interpret steelhead fin clips
Published on August 13, 2020
Since 2018, yearling steelhead stocked in U.S. waters of the Great Lakes and tributary streams have been marked with an adipose fin clip, but that doesn’t mean anglers can easily determine where their fish was stocked or if it is wild.
What’s the catch? New video from Michigan Sea Grant helps anglers identify Great Lakes fish
Published on August 12, 2020
Seasoned pros and newbies alike will learn new tips and tricks for identifying big lake salmon and trout.
Lakes Michigan-Huron water levels expected to reach summer peak in July 2020
Published on July 7, 2020
Webinar will discuss options for shore protection/stabilization with expected erosion.
Fish and a changing climate: Researchers compile database to support management of freshwater fisheries under climate change
Published on June 3, 2020
Understanding how fish are affected by climate changes is a critical component of informing freshwater fisheries management.
Challenges and resources for fish producers in Michigan during COVID-19
Published on May 29, 2020
Michigan Sea Grant webinar for fish producers will discuss including direct-to-consumer marketing strategies as a business plan.
Celebrating Great Lakes youth stewardship leaders
Published on May 12, 2020
Alpena High School senior selected as the State of Michigan's Environmental Service Award Competition winner for exploration and education relating to marine debris in the Great Lakes.
Alien language: Using controlled vocabulary to talk about invasive species
Published on April 26, 2020
Part 3: Researchers can use different words to refer to the same phenomenon; agreed-upon definitions can help.
Learn about lakes, streams, and watersheds with MSU Extension
Published on April 24, 2020
Whether you want to dip your toes or take a deep dive, we have an educational experience for you.
Earth Day every day: Engaging youth in Great Lakes and natural resources science through research and place-based education
Published on April 22, 2020
Students from northeast MI and Saginaw Bay participate in Wayne State University’s Southeast Michigan Junior Science and Humanities Symposium - applying research and exploring careers.
Stay home and explore the Great Lakes with the HOMES@Homes series
Published on April 18, 2020
This series features fun-filled family friendly videos and hands-on activities highlighting different Great Lakes content.
MI EnviroImpact Tool: Help your crops spring forward by keeping nutrients on the field
Published on April 16, 2020
MI EnviroImpact Tool is a free decision support tool for short-term nutrient application planning that shows daily runoff risk across Michigan.
Resources for fisheries and aquaculture industries – Covid-19 response
Published on April 13, 2020
The following resources specifically emphasize fisheries and aquaculture marketing and business relief programs as of April 9, 2020.
GLANSIS invades social media to spread word on non-native species
Published on March 16, 2020
Check in and receive updates from Great Lakes partners on invasive species management, recent publications, research and more.
MSU Distinguished Academic Staff honoree credits Michigan 4-H for igniting his successful career
Published on February 27, 2020
MSU Extension’s Brandon Schroeder was recently honored with MSU's Distinguished Academic Staff Award. However, before joining MSU Extension 15 years ago, Schroeder was already a part of the Extension community: he spent his youth as a Michigan 4-H member.
Becoming a Yooper: Learning to snowshoe
Published on February 17, 2020
Extension educator’s first Upper Peninsula winter offers exciting new opportunities.
MSU's Great Lakes Conference to focus on "Tackling Challenges Today and Beyond"
Published on February 7, 2020
Teachers are encouraged to apply for stipends to help them attend the 30th annual Great Lakes Conference at Michigan State University.
MSU honors Senior Extension educator for achievement, excellence
Published on February 5, 2020
Brandon Schroeder receives Distinguished Academic Staff Award.
Shiver on the River coming to Detroit's Belle Isle on Feb. 1
Published on January 22, 2020
Don't miss this free family friendly environmental event in southeast Michigan!
A recent history of Great Lakes nonindigenous species
Published on December 5, 2019
More than 30% of nonindigenous species are shown to have environmental or socioeconomic impacts and are therefore considered to be invasive.
GLANSIS risk explorer evaluates the potential for Great Lakes biological invasions
Published on December 4, 2019
The Risk Assessment Clearinghouse makes it easier for scientists and environmental managers to compare and contrast cutting-edge risk information to inform their own decisions.