Focus Areas
Boating and Marinas
Coastal Communities
Fisheries
Hazards
Native and Invasive Species
Restoration
Upwellings Newsletter February 2018
Great Lakes Conference, ANR Week
4-H Great Lakes and Natural Resources Camp – registration now open!
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
  • Upwellings Newsletter February 2018
  • Great Lakes Conference, ANR Week
  • 4-H Great Lakes and Natural Resources Camp – registration now open!
  • 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

Upwellings Newsletter February 2018

Even in the dead of winter, the Great Lakes teem with life. Snowy owls swoop south to roost in unexpected places. Ice fishing shanties spring up overnight. Hardy folks don skis and snowshoes to explore familiar landscapes in new ways. 

Michigan Sea Grant doesn’t hibernate, either. We’re hard at work preparing for upcoming workshops, camps, presentations, conferences, publications, and a brand-new website. Keep reading for a peek at some of our latest work. learn more