Kelsey is an aquatic invasive species educator with Michigan State University Extension and a fisheries biologist by trade. Her responsibilities are overseeing and coordinating the aquatic invasive species outreach programs Clean Boats, Clean Water and the Mobile Boat Wash crew. Kelsey’s main focus is on preventing new aquatic invasive species introductions as well as wise use, protection, and restoration of Michigan’s freshwater ecosystems. Kelsey has an M.S. in Environmental Science from Alaska Pacific University through the Fisheries, Aquatic Science, and Technology Laboratory program and a B.S. in Biology with a concentration on Animal Biology from Grand Valley State University.
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Published on October 25, 2023
Invasive hydrilla, a “monster aquatic weed,” discovered for the first time in Michigan waters
Published on October 3, 2023
Stop the Cray – Drink Away! A look inside a new collaboration for invasive species education
Published on June 8, 2023
Mobile Boat Wash Program 2022 season wrap up
Published on November 2, 2022
What’s the ‘sitch’ on swimmer’s itch?
Published on August 1, 2022
MSU Mobile Boat Wash program now open for scheduling
Published on February 25, 2022
A look below the ice at fish behavior
Published on February 1, 2022
A day in the life of a Michigan State University invasive species boat washer
Published on September 21, 2021