Dedicated to the protection and sustainable use of the Great Lakes and coastal resources.
Michigan Sea Grant is a cooperative program of the University of Michigan, Michigan State University, and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. We fund research, education, and outreach projects designed to foster science-based decisions about the use and conservation of Great Lakes resources.
Ecorse Creek Clean Up, Communities Coming Together
The cities of Ecorse, Lincoln Park, and Wyandotte have teamed up to improve Ecorse Creek and we need YOUR help! Volunteers are needed to pick up litter along the shoreline and in the water. Everybody is welcome, along with any and all non-motorized boa …
Life of the River 2021: Tahquamenon Logging Museum, Newberry, MI
Join us as we celebrate the Life of the River! St. Marys and Tahquamenon River July – September, 3 unique events July 28, 9 a.m. – 12 p.m. – Monocle Lake Day Use Area, Bay Mills, MI August 25, 1 – 5 p.m. – Tahquamenon Logging Museum, Newberry, MI Sept …
SAGINAW BAY 4-H FISH CAMP: Haithco Park
This one-day camp will teach youth to fish and protect our Great Lakes. All campers will receive fishing rod with reel, tackle box, and snacks! Camp sessions will include casting, tackle crafting, aquatic ecology, angler ethics, and more. Haithco Park …
Sometimes, the best way to learn Great Lakes science is by getting outdoors! Through Michigan Sea Grant’s place-based education programs, students and adults can collect and analyze real-world data, visit aquatic critters in their natural habitats, and participate in habitat restoration projects. Learn about some of the programs below.