A goldmine of recreational fishing data is now available in one place thanks to researchers and state government officials in Illinois and Indiana.
Whether you are an aquaculture producer or you are thinking of starting an aquaculture business, this site provides you the best information to ensure a productive, innovative, and profitable aquaculture business.
This website provides you with the information and tools needed to help prevent the spread of aquatic invasive species commonly found in trade. Water gardeners, aquarium hobbyists, retailers, anglers, teachers, wholesalers, and more can use these resources to learn about invasive species and identify alternative organisms that are safe to buy and sell.
Explore some the city’s celebrated sites as you walk or bike the tour routes. You will learn the history, ecology, and engineering of Chicago's lakefront.
This site provides easy access to long-term, environmental monitoring data collected throughout the Great Lakes.
This website chronicles sediment cleanup by the U.S. Environmental Protect Agency and partners in targeted Great Lakes Areas of Concern.
The network serves as a platform for learning social science methods and is a community for discussing social science theory and application. The network also connects Sea Grant professionals across programs to jointly pursue social science research in the Great Lakes.
This resource provides everything a community or school needs to properly dispose of pharmaceuticals and personal care products, including setting up collection programs.
This website provides anglers on Lake Michigan with information about catch rates of rainbow trout, lake trout, Chinook salmon, brown trout, and Coho salmon over the past two decades.
This innovative website introduces students (grades 4-10) to marine and freshwater invasive species and their impacts through detective-themed activities and colorful cartoon characters.
Resilient Chicago helps decision makers in the greater Chicago region incorporate climate adaptation efforts aimed toward addressing the political, logistical, and financial aspects of local climate planning.
Visit this destination website to explore the coastal regions of Indiana and Illinois. Places of interest include national parks, city parks, blueways, and other locations perfect for a day outdoors.
This collaborative program gives watershed planning groups across the Great Lakes the information they need to protect natural resources and enhance local economies.