IISG’s Laura Kammin was recognized for the creation of our proper medicine disposal website UnwantedMeds.org. Working with Jane Scherer at the University of Illinois’ Extension program, Laura created the website and blog, providing valuable information about the dangers that improper medicine disposal can pose to the environment, steps that people can take to prevent medicines from getting into the wrong hands or contaminating the environment, and information about local take-back events and collection programs.
2013 APEX Awards recognize two Sea Grant projects for publication excellenceAugust 28th, 2013 by Irene Miles
The APEX awards are given each year by Communication Concepts to recognize outstanding publication work in a variety of fields, and Illinois-Indiana Sea Grant was selected this year for two separate awards.
Additionally, the IISG communications team of Irene Miles, Anjanette Riley, and Susan White were recognized for the publication of our 30 milestones, celebrating and highlighting a range of accomplishments in the first 30 years of the Illinois-Indiana Sea Grant program. You can browse the milestones with photographs in our Facebook album.
Celebrating 30 years of Illinois-Indiana Sea Grant with 30 of our biggest milestonesFebruary 5th, 2013 by Irene Miles
Illinois-Indiana Sea Grant is celebrating its 30th anniversary, and 30 years of working to protect and preserve the beauty and resources of Lake Michigan. But what is some of that work? What are some of the things that IISG does to understand, restore, and celebrate our Great Lakes resources?
We’re glad you asked. Our latest publication features 30 milestone achievements selected from the last three decades, all detailing ways that we support our mission to improve and protect the southern Lake Michigan area.
Visit the link to download your own copy of our 30 milestones, or contact us if you would like print copies to share with. And here’s to the next 30 years of keeping our Great Lakes great!
- We are hiring another AIS specialist!
- Funding available to support social and economic research on PFAS in the Great Lakes region
- We’re hiring an aquatic invasive species specialist!
- New video highlights long-time family business raising trout for stocking
- Illinois Groundwork provides a rich supply of green infrastructure resources
- Aquatic Invasive Species
- Climate Ready Communities
- Director's Blog
- Funded Research
- Great Lakes Cleanup
- Great Lakes Data
- Healthy Waters
- Recreation & Tourism
- Sea Grant Scholars
- Stormwater & Green Infrastructure
- Sustainable Community Planning
- The Helm
- Water Supply