A Final Farewell to the Best Summer Job I’ve Ever Had

by Riley Steinbrenner Goodbyes are hard, especially when it comes to saying them to people you’ve lived with and developed friendships with over the past two-and-a-half months. (Seriously, where did the time go?!) And so, I’d like to start off Read More …

Science on Tap: 5 Must-Have Skills for Gardening in Wisconsin

Jason Fishbach got the gardening bug thanks to a drought, a dry lakebed and a handful of green beans. Tonight at 6:30pm he will share the tips and tricks of gardening in Wisconsin for Science on Tap-Minocqua. Current or aspiring Read More …

What We Lose If We Lose Wisconsin Natural Resources Magazine

Wisconsin governor, Scott Walker, recently unveiled a budget plan that would put an end to Wisconsin Natural Resources Magazine. The publication has existed for nearly 100 years in one form or another and serves to inform Wisconsin residents, hunters, anglers Read More …

This Thanksgiving Put More Science in Your Diet with Science on Tap “Shorts”

We here at the Center for Limnology want to wish all of our readers safe travels as they head toward the tables of friends and family this week. But we also want to make sure you’ve got a balanced diet. Read More …

Summer Intern Reflects on the Trout Lake Experience

We had the pleasure this summer to welcome Anna Krieg to a summer spent living, working and playing in Wisconsin’s Northwoods. To say the lake-studded landscape was new to the Arizona resident would be an understatement. We think we made Read More …