By Seth Jovaag | September 17, 2014


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Fur trapping drove Wisconsin’s economy for more than 200 years. Trapping remains a way of life for some Wisconsinites, including one man who runs a trapping store and teaches others how it’s done. 

Learn more about Wisconsin’s working people – and hear more on trapping The Working Lives Project from the Wisconsin Humanities Council.

Seth Jovaag

Seth Jovaag is a journalist and independent radio producer. 
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