The Winter/Spring 2019 issue of Twine Line is now available for download
Twine Line Winter/Spring 2019
Ohio Sea Grant Extension educators bridge the gap between university research and the needs of their clientele, bringing Lake Erie knowledge to the public. Read about their projects, along with other Ohio Sea Grant and Stone Lab work, in the newest issue of Twine Line.
Ohio Senate Bill 299, the Clean Lake 2020 Plan, allocates $2.65 million of funding to Ohio Sea Grant and Stone Lab, which will cover a new building and equipment for the Lake Erie laboratory, as well as river monitoring equipment.
Ohio Sea Grant education students brought an important change to Dr. Seuss' The Lorax in 1986, making sure people everywhere knew that Lake Erie wasn't the polluted lake they had heard about in the past. Former education coordinator Dr. Rosanne Fortner remembers the story.
Stone Lab Workshops Bring Lake Erie Knowledge to Busy Professionals
Stone Lab’s one- to three-day workshops are specifically designed for working professionals and job seekers wanting to learn new skills. Topics range from fish sampling and algae identification to professional development opportunities for teachers and other educators.