Trout Lake Station is a part of the University of Wisconsin Madison's Center for Limnology. The station's focus has been in supporting environmental and limnological research, training, and outreach in the northwoods of Wisconsin since 1925. TLS is located in the Northern Highland Lake District, provides access to a wide variety of aquatic ecosystems and their surrounding landscapes including the Northern Highland-American Legion Sate Forest and Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest..
Scientist Mentor: Susan Knight
Lac Du Flambeau Tribal Natural Resources Department
The Lac du Flambeau Tribal Natural Resources Department aims to protect and restore water resources for the benefit of the Lac du Flambeau Tribe, and to provide water resources management, planning, policy, regulation, and science services to the Tribe. Some goals include Implementing Tribal Regulations, controlling point and non-point pollution to water, collecting water quality data, implementing restoration projects, protecting water from Aquatic Invasive Species, and educating the public.
Scientists Mentors: Celeste Hockings & Kenadi Mayo
Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources Northern Highland Fisheries Research Area
The fisheries research team works out of three research stations across the state (Boulder Junction, Madison, and Spooner) to cover the diversity of Wisconsin’s aquatic habitats and species. Their team of fisheries research scientists and technicians produces objective, applicable science for Fisheries Management and DNR customers. Staff work with Wisconsin sport fishes and specialize in many research areas, including applied fisheries management and ecology, quantitative stock assessments, fish habitat, propagation science and population dynamics.