Lessons in this free curriculum acknowledge the enslaved Africans who had to rely on environmental science principles in their quest for life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness.
In light of record high water levels in Lake Michigan last year, IISG brought together experts to discuss impacts and management implications.
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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
Freedom Seekers curriculum connects students to the Underground Railroad, Great Lakes and science
Freedom Seekers were environmentalists who learned to navigate the land as they escaped slavery. Songs like “Wade in the Water”…
IISG invites applications for faculty and graduate scholars programs
Illinois-Indiana Sea Grant (IISG) is now accepting applications for the IISG Scholars programs. These are professional networking and development opportunities…
Lake levels workshops highlight the need for information sharing
In light of last year’s high water levels in Lake Michigan and other Great Lakes, repeatedly breaking monthly records, Illinois-Indiana…
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