The newest issue of Ohio Sea Grant’s Twine Line is now available online.
In This Issue
A Note From the Director
Due to The Ohio State University guidelines surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic, this issue of Twine Line is coming to you in an online-only format. We hope the stories inside inspire you to take care of yourselves, support your community, and help protect Lake Erie until we’re able to enjoy the lake together again. In the meantime, we’d love to hear from you on our social media channels or via email.
Putting a Lid on Plastic Pollution
A two-year outreach project, with funding from NOAA’s Marine Debris Program, is aimed at encouraging reusable alternatives on South Bass Island and at home.
How Much Is Too Much?
Ohio Sea Grant research examines the effects of emerging chemicals of concern on patients with chronic conditions.
Education Resources Online
With schools closed for at least a few more weeks, we’ve pulled together a list of some great resources for families who need to help kids learn at home.
Scenes from Stone Lab
Everyone’s been missing the Lake Erie islands lately, so we’re looking back on some spring memories while we wait to be able to return.
There’s Something In The Water
Ohio Sea Grant researchers are exploring ways to keep pharmaceuticals and personal care products out of drinking water drawn from Lake Erie.
Stone Lab’s Backyard Neighbor
Hands-on experiences at Stone Lab shaped the life of Put-in-Bay student Sophia Schroeder.