Lauren N. Jescovitch, Ph.D
Lauren Jescovitch, Ph.D, works with MSU Extension and Michigan Sea Grant to serve as an educator in western Upper Peninsula. Jescovitch divides her time between the Hancock Extension office and the Great Lakes Research Center at Michigan Technological University, working to apply science-based knowledge to address Great Lakes issues. Her focus areas include aquaculture, commercial fisheries, and Tribal partnerships. Starting in October 2019, Jescovitch has dedicated her time in areas such as forming Tribal partnerships, fish producer (aquaculture and commercial) education, and the Great Lakes Aquaculture Collaborative.
How often do Michiganders eat fish?
Published on January 24, 2023
What does it take to be a Great Lakes commercial fishing deckhand or seafood processor?
Published on January 3, 2023
Aquaculture literacy and education provides an international perspective
Published on December 31, 2022
Michigan seafood processors are eligible for additional COVID-19 funds through MDARD
Published on July 19, 2022
Today’s Great Lakes commercial fishing and fish processing industries look to future
Published on June 27, 2022
CANR honors 2022 cohort of Global Scholars in Extension
Published on April 6, 2022
Sailing Gichigami with Inland Seas and the Anishinaabeg: An educational program with KBIC in Keweenaw Bay
Published on August 12, 2021
2020 Status of the Industry: Michigan’s commercial fishing and fish processing businesses
Published on June 21, 2021