New online tool provides community resources for addressing flooding
Green stormwater infrastructure offers a way to enhance traditional or “grey” infrastructure using rain gardens or permeable pavement.
Chuoy the Buoy proves a valuable forecasting tool
This new buoy near Navy Pier is helping the National Weather Service Chicago develop more accurate forecasts and warnings.
Mentorship program helps educators share Great Lakes literacy lessons
Sea Grant’s Center for Great Lakes Literacy held its first Mentorship Virtual Summit in 2022 to celebrate educator wins and share success stories from classrooms near and far.
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New video highlights long-time family business raising trout for stocking
Nestled in Missouri’s Ozark Mountains, Crystal Lake Fisheries has been a family trout farm for 70 years. Dwight and Mary…
Illinois Groundwork provides a rich supply of green infrastructure resources
During large rainstorms, many Illinois residents brace themselves for flooding in their basements, streets and neighborhoods. A new online tool,…
Spring brings new IISG resources and opportunities to lean into the season
During this particularly cold March, it helps to know that spring weather is around the corner. With that in mind,…
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