Paige Filice is a natural resources educator with Michigan State University Extension. Her main responsibilities include coordinating the aquatic invasive species education programs RIPPLE (Reduce Invasive Pet and Plant Escapes), assisting with Clean Boats, Clean Waters, and serving as the Associate Director of the MSU Extension Center for Lakes and Streams. Paige promotes the wise use, protection, and restoration of Michigan’s freshwater ecosystems. Paige has a M.S. in Fisheries and Wildlife from Michigan State University and a B.A. in Conservation Leadership from Lake Superior State University.
Online Program Increases Stewardship of Inland Lakes
Published on October 27, 2023
Michigan Clean Boats, Clean Waters grant applications now open!
Published on October 25, 2023
Learn about lakes in the upcoming Introduction to Lakes Online course
Published on October 23, 2023
Invasive hydrilla, a “monster aquatic weed,” discovered for the first time in Michigan waters
Published on October 3, 2023
Found a frog in your food? Don’t let it loose.
Published on August 14, 2023
RIPPLE partners with Motor City Aquarium Society to host Exotic Fish Surrender Event
Published on August 1, 2023
Green stormwater infrastructure: Building sustainable and resilient communities
Published on July 28, 2023
Educational packaging coming to a local pet and pond retailer near you
Published on June 15, 2023
Freshwater friends: Who’s under that shell
Published on May 16, 2023