Holding History, a UW-Madison-based project, helps students explore how cultural knowledge is made and preserved and share what they learn with broader audiences. Their series, Water Lines, is produced by 2019 Trout Lake Station summer …June 3, 2020
Happy Friday! It’s time again for Water We Talking About – when kids send us freshwater-related questions (or queries about the moon!) and we track down real-life scientists to answer them. This week our subject …May 29, 2020
Happy Friday! It’s that time again – when kids across Wisconsin (and the country, really) sending questions and we track down real-life scientists to answer them. This week Wisconsin’s leading fish expert and a – …May 22, 2020
It’s a gloriously warm and sunny Friday in our neck of the woods. But, before you abandon your screen for some time with Mother Nature, tune in to Water We Talking About? Kids have questions …May 15, 2020
Most people think of green, algae-filled waters when talking about southern Wisconsin lakes. And, sure, these highly productive bodies are full of nutrients that run off from the landscape and feed huge algae blooms every …May 13, 2020
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From harmful algal bloom to invasive species to shrinking winter ice cover, Wisconsin's lakes (and our relationship with them) is changing. Learn Your Lakes has the science and stories behind those changes.
“The lake is the one true microcosm, for nowhere else is the life of the great world, in all of its intricacies, so clearly disclosed to us as in the tiny model offered by the inland lake.” – E. A. Birge