New Minnesota Sea Grant study suggests that using water clarity as an indicator of water quality may not necessarily work in all regions.
While looking toward the next 50 years, Sea Grant is revisiting its roots.
NOAA’s National Sea Grant Program was conceived in the back of a taxi speeding through Minneapolis in 1963
The "Father of Sea Grant" was no ordinary dude. Dr. Athelstan Frederick Spilhaus was dazzling. Find out why in With Tomorrow in Mind: How Athelstan Spilhaus Turned America Toward the Future from Minnesota Sea Grant.
Minnesota Sea Grant is leading the way in biopesticides
Call it "Love Potion #3kPZS"...or even "the first-ever vertebrate pheromone biopesticide authorized for use in U.S. waters," but know this: we're talking about something so potent that a thimble-full in millions of gallons of water elicits wanton frenzy.
NOAA programs coming together to improve rip current safety
NOAA’s Coastal Storms Program is collaborating with Sea Grant and others to improve safety for Great Lakes beach-goers.