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Published on Jan 14, 2020
The Friends of Stone Laboratory was founded in 1982. FOSL started primarily as a group of alumni, faculty, and staff who wanted to support Stone Laboratory, science education and Lake Erie, and give future students the opportunity to benefit from the Stone Lab experience. FOSL offers members the chance to stay connected with Stone Laboratory and to provide for its future.
We wanted future students, teachers, and scientists to have the same wonderful opportunities and experiences that we had at the Lab. Since that time, FOSL has come to encompass a much wider group of people, including those who may simply have an interest in Lake Erie, science education, and the environment in general. No matter their reason for joining FOSL, members are dedicated and concerned about the future of Stone Laboratory and Lake Erie.
Ohio Sea Grant combines research, education and outreach efforts, as well as partnerships with academia, governmental agencies and the private sector, to work with the Lake Erie community to solve the region’s most important environmental and economic issues.
Stone Laboratory, Ohio Sea Grant’s education and outreach facility on Lake Erie, serves scientists from across the Great Lakes region, offering lab facilities, field work equipment, research vessels and housing for researchers studying Lake Erie.