Providing local, national, and international leadership and maintaining excellence in the fields of limnology, aquatic ecology, and ecosystem science from the Hasler Laboratory of Limnology and Trout Lake Station.

Artist in Residence Mentors * Application closes Dec 19, 2022

Facilities Technician III * Application closes Dec 19, 2022

Fall issue of  Limnology Newsletter available

Live stream of beautiful Lake Mendota, as displayed from the UW-Madison Center For Limnology’s Hasler Laboratory.

Hasler Laboratory of Limnology in the fall from the water
Hasler Laboratory, Madison
Trout Lake Station building from drone view
Trout Lake Station, Boulder Junction

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EVENTS

Zoo 911 Wednesday Limnology Seminar * Details

Biology Colloquium * Details

Science on Tap-Minocqua * Oakfire Pizzeria, Minocqua, WI & Live Stream on YouTube * 6:30pm * Details

AOS Colloquium Series * 811 AOSS Bldg * 3:30-5pm * Details

Dec 8 Virtual: Smart Salting Workshops: Smart Salting for Parking Lots & Sidewalks * FREE in-person & virtual trainings for property owners/managers & winter maintenance professionals who remove snow, apply salt to driveways, parking lots, or sidewalks, plow roads, & maintain snow removal equipment * Details

Feb 4 & 5: Clean Lakes Alliance Frozen Assets 2023

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