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  • Thunder Bay International Film Festival
  • Upwellings, December 2017
  • Fellowship Opportunities
  • Are Great Lakes water levels headed up in 2018?
  • Apply Now for NOAA Teacher at Sea Program
  • NOAA in the Great Lakes
  • Upwellings October 2017
  • October is National Seafood Month
  • Experience Fishtown during Great Lakes Fisheries Heritage Conference
  • New video shows anglers how to remove stomachs for fish diet study

Thunder Bay International Film Festival

Film lovers, filmmakers, proud parents and students will be flocking to Alpena, Mich., this next week for the sixth annual Thunder Bay International Film Festival (TBIFF). The festival takes place Wednesday through Sunday (Jan. 24-28, 2018), at NOAA’s Great Lakes Maritime Heritage Center and is hosted by Friends of Thunder Bay National Marine Sanctuary in partnership with the International Ocean Film Festival.  learn more