There is economic value in creating a disposal program for unwanted medicine in your community. We've created a fact sheet designed to educate communities about what factors to consider when deciding whether or not to start a disposal program.
Want to see Great Lakes photos from a National Geographic funded photographer? Many Areas of Concern being cleaned up through federal, state and local partnerships are highlighted in this photo essay.
What is Illinois-Indiana Sea Grant?
We use research, outreach, and education to bring the latest science to Great Lakes communities and their residents. By connecting decision-makers with science, we help strengthen and preserve ecosystems and communities in southern Lake Michigan and beyond.More about IISG
New podcast series: Teach Me About the Great Lakes
Illinois-Indiana Sea Grant’s Dr. Stuart Carlton has started a new monthly podcast called “Teach Me About the Great Lakes.” The…
In the News: Jay Beugly talks buoys in BoatUS Magazine
Data buoys, also known as weather buoys, are loved by boaters, swimmers, paddlers, fishermen and anyone who uses the water…
Illinois Nutrient Loss Reduction Strategy Biennial Report reveals dramatic phosphorus reductions from point source sector
As part of the state’s ongoing commitment to reduce nutrient losses, the directors of the Illinois Department of Agriculture (IDOA)…
IISG Publications & Products
Search our publication and product database for publications, fact sheets, presentations, and other products on important issues related to Lake Michigan and the surrounding communities.