Focus Areas
Boating and Marinas
Coastal Communities
Fisheries
Hazards
Native and Invasive Species
Restoration
Working with partners for a sustainable future
Farming for Fish? Webinar will explore how to get started
January 2017 Upwellings
Request for Pre-proposals
Freshwater Feasts: New Cooking Blog
Biology’s new frontier could have big implications for Great Lakes fish
Are there tsunamis in the Great Lakes?
How much ice should we expect to see on the Great Lakes this winter?
What will the Lake Michigan salmon stocking cut mean for Michigan anglers?
2016 Great Lakes Fisheries Heritage Consortium Conference
  • Working with partners for a sustainable future
  • Farming for Fish? Webinar will explore how to get started
  • January 2017 Upwellings
  • Request for Pre-proposals
  • Freshwater Feasts: New Cooking Blog
  • Biology’s new frontier could have big implications for Great Lakes fish
  • Are there tsunamis in the Great Lakes?
  • How much ice should we expect to see on the Great Lakes this winter?
  • What will the Lake Michigan salmon stocking cut mean for Michigan anglers?
  • 2016 Great Lakes Fisheries Heritage Consortium Conference

Working with partners for a sustainable future

At Michigan Sea Grant, we love to brag about the Great Lakes. These astonishing lakes and their connecting rivers make up the planet’s largest body of fresh water. They provide drinking water for millions of people, span an international border, sustain billions of dollars of economic activity every year — and they are stunningly beautiful.

The newest issue of Upwellings features in-depth articles on some of our projects and initiatives, as well as interviews with Extension educators, and an overview of recently funded research. learn more