The Web-Based Mapping Analysis Tools session was organized by the Michigan Chapter of the Soil and Water Conservation Society and featured speakers from conservation districts and Michigan State University. These Web-Based tools greatly enhance conservation assessment and planning activities.
Dr. Lois Wolfson, Senior Specialist in the Department of Fisheries and Wildlife, was honored for her exemplary record of outreach, teaching, research and service and unwavering commitment to the management, protection and preservation of Michigan’s waters. Click HERE for more […]
GIS Specialist Glenn O’Neil presented at the 2015 International Soil & Water Assessment Tool Conference, October 12-16 at Purdue University, on Mapping Ground Water Recharge Rates in Southwest Michigan under Multiple Future Climate Simulations. The full abstract is available […]
Dr. Saichon Seedang has joined a study team in Thailand conducting research on economic valuation of ecosystem services in four watershed pilot sites around the country. The study is a part of national project called “Community Based Forestry and […]
MSU Extension to offer lake ecology and management education online. Michigan State University Extension announces the return of the Introduction to Lakes program program, now offered online. Updated, reformatted and current, the six-unit series is specially designed for lakefront […]
Combining research, education, technology and outreach capabilities, the Michigan State University Institute of Water Research (IWR) is committed to addressing our most pressing water problems and providing smarter water management for a multitude of stakeholders.
Big change is possible when people work together, generate new ideas, and forge partnerships. That’s the goal of the Great Lakes Clean Communities Network (GLCCN), an effort supported by the Great Lakes Protection Fund, where leaders connect in new […]