Professors and students at UW-Stout have contributed for many years to efforts to reduce toxic, blue-green algae blooms and improve water quality.
Gilbert Creek in Dunn County slips through marshland and oak savanna between chest-high grasses and flowering plants. It can be hard to find in the summer.
Eleven researchers from around U.S. invite conversations on challenges, opportunities in the region
Professors lead eleven students from around the U.S. in ‘helping to facilitate positive change in land use, water quality’
From left, intern Heidi Lieffort, CLRR Director Bill James and CLRR Manager Mai Lia Vang sample water from Horse Creek in Polk County.
Richie Holder witnessed a transformation while he was earning his bachelor’s degree at University of Wisconsin-Stout. It was his own.
Invasive plant species removal project is part of partnership with City of Menomonie and Lower Chippewa nonprofit
Student, recent alum thankful for support; university to hold first-generation celebration Nov. 8.
Wheeldon believes it’s ‘a way of life’ at Jeremiah’s Bullfrog Fish Farm
UW-Sprout provides fresh produce to students, lessons in small-scale agriculture