New studies on the Red Cedar River watershed by students enrolled in a University of Wisconsin-Stout summer research program will be presented in early August at public forums in Menomonie and Chetek. The 13 student researchers included two from UW-Stout and one from UW-La Crosse. The students will discuss their summer research findings in Menomonie on Wednesday, Aug. 2 in Chetek on Friday, Aug. 4.
By UW-Stout Office of University Communications Ongoing efforts to reduce blue-green algae and improve water quality in the Red Cedar River watershed have received a major boost from the National Science Foundation (NSF), which has renewed financing for a summer research program hosted by the University of Wisconsin-Stout. The $303,427 grant will sustain the LAKES REU – […]