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Sea Grant 50th Anniversary: Celebrating the work of our Extension educators
Sea Grant 50th Anniversary: Celebrating the work of our Extension Educators
Register Now: 2016 Summer Discover Cruises
Mobile app lets Great Lakes anglers share needed data with biologists
Sea Grant 50th Anniversary: Celebrating the work of our Extension educators
April Regional Fisheries Workshops
National Sea Grant Celebrates 50 Years
2016 Michigan Seafood Summit
A History of Wetlands in Michigan
Exploring place-based education from the student perspective
  • Sea Grant 50th Anniversary: Celebrating the work of our Extension educators
  • Sea Grant 50th Anniversary: Celebrating the work of our Extension Educators
  • Register Now: 2016 Summer Discover Cruises
  • Mobile app lets Great Lakes anglers share needed data with biologists
  • Sea Grant 50th Anniversary: Celebrating the work of our Extension educators
  • April Regional Fisheries Workshops
  • National Sea Grant Celebrates 50 Years
  • 2016 Michigan Seafood Summit
  • A History of Wetlands in Michigan
  • Exploring place-based education from the student perspective

Sea Grant 50th Anniversary: Celebrating the work of our Extension educators

Our MSU Extension educators live and work in coastal communities around Michigan. We celebrate their hard work and take this opportunity to introduce each of them during this anniversary year.

Brandon Schroeder, located in Alpena, serves five coastal Lake Huron counties in northeast Michigan and has been an extension educator for more than 10 years. Brandon’s background is in fisheries management and aquatic education programming, with both his bachelor’s and master’s degrees through the Michigan State University Department of Fisheries and Wildlife.  Before joining the Michigan Sea Grant team in 2004, he served as a fisheries resource and policy specialist with Michigan United Conservation Clubs. learn more