Recent Posts from AquaLog

Spotlight: Ojibwemowin Resources

by Maya Reinfeldt, Community Engaged Intern Spotlight series: The lands of the Ojibwe people span across southern Canada, the Northern Midwest and the Northern Plains of the United States. In working towards the Wisconsin Water Library’s goal of promoting Great Lakes Literacy, specifically, principle 6 (The Great Lakes and humans in their watersheds are inextricably […]

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Celebrating Wisconsin Like a Naturalist

by Maya Reinfeldt, Library Assistant This summer learn about Wisconsin’s natural past, present and future and the people involved in studying and caring for it. Enjoy books about our state’s flora and fauna, Indigenous knowledge and ethics and about our founding naturalists. Black, Merel R., and Emmet J. Judziewicz. Wildflowers of Wisconsin and the Great […]

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Dive into Shipwrecks!

SELECT READS (for kids) – GREAT LAKES SHIPWRECKS The Christmas Tree Ship: The Story of Captain Santa by Rochelle Pennington. Door Peninsula Shipwrecks by Jon Paul Van Harpen Great Lakes Shipwrecks & Survivals by William Ratigan Great Ships on the Great Lakes: A Maritime History from the Wisconsin Historical Society Press Lost & Found: Legendary […]

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