Discover what Environmental Science students do on day one in their Plants and People class.
Near the banks of Lake Menomin and the lower Red Cedar River, UW-Stout is in the heart of one of western Wisconsin’s largest watersheds.
LAKES researchers to present on health of area lakes, rivers on Aug. 3 at Raw Deal in Menomonie
Event March 9 will feature three keynote speakers; two professors to discuss status of area lakes, rivers
Through the Freshwater Collaborative of Wisconsin, An Nguyen completed an internship this past summer with other UW System students.
Devil’s Punchbowl Preserve near Menomonie has been protected for nearly 25 years by the Landmark Conservancy.
Summer study abroad experiences include Sweden, Hawaii, Scotland and Botswana
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