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New Salmon Unlimited buoy begins monitoring waters near Racine, WI

Aboard the RV Neeskay, a crew from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee and Salmon Unlimited get ready to deploy the GLOS-supported Salmon Unlimited buoy near Racine. Photo by Angelo Trentadue

When Ron Wesley, president of Salmon Unlimited Wisconsin, met with members of his organization, they had more in common than just loving to boat and fish—many agreed that they needed a buoy.

Salmon Unlimited Wisconsin is headquartered near Racine and focuses on preserving a vibrant Lake Michigan fishery that supports the trout and salmon that many anglers love to catch. But for many members trying to understand the quickly-changing Lake Michigan waters, the nearest buoy was the Atwater 20m buoy, which is deployed north of Milwaukee, over 20 miles away.

So they decided to apply for a GLOS mini-grant in 2021.

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