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Bless These Pests: Welcoming The Garden Invaders

Ever feel like you’re constantly battling garden invaders? Dealing with the weeds, bugs, and critters can be a never-ending, daunting ...

Taking Care Of The Land: Hard Work And Ethical Dilemmas

Taking care of the land can be a huge responsibility, chock-full of hard work and ethical dilemmas. Writer Bill Lueders ...

Conquering Hip Breaker Hill

The morning was already hot and humid as we pedaled out of Perrot State Park.  The mercury had passed 80 ...

A Tour Of The Spring Sky

Spring heralds earlier dawns and later sunsets. The change of season also brings a whole new set of constellations into ...

Maritime Archaeologist Dives Into History, Exploring Great Lake Shipwrecks

Tamara Thomsen is a maritime archaeologist with the Wisconsin Historical Society. She and her team are interested in history sunken ...

Dogsledding In Northern Wisconsin

Dogsledding has been a family affair for writer Julie Buckles. She and her husband, Charly Ray, caught the bug when ...

The Lands We Share: Danell Cross & Metcalfe Park Legacy Garden

Metcalfe Park Legacy Garden in Milwaukee has transformed several vacant lots into a vibrant place for community gatherings and education. ...

Ice Fishing Joins The World Of High School Sports

A classic Wisconsin activity is making its ways into the world of high school sports. Ice fishing teams are popping ...

UW-Madison Researchers Study Coyotes In The City

Coyotes have moved into areas within the Madison city limits. What does that mean for human and canid coexistence? Researchers ...

The Full Moon Faux Pas

The super blood wolf moon is coming! While this sounds creepy, it’s actually just a close-up lunar eclipse that turns ...

Hibernaculum: Woman Contemplates Hibernation As Winter Coping Strategy

Before natural historians understood that some birds fly thousands of miles south each winter, they looked for other ways to ...

Effigy Mound Tour Provides Unique Perspective On First Nation’s History

Aaron Bird Bear is the Assistant Dean for Student Diversity programs in the School of Education at the University of ...

Stevens Point Artist Creates Buzz With Encaustic Art

Find Jessie Fritsch’s booth at a local art fair, and a crowd of curious onlookers usually isn’t far behind. Fritsch ...

Washburn Woman Specializes In Basket Weaving With Native Materials

When Tina Fung Holder goes for a walk, there's always a chance some part of nature will come home with ...

Weaver Creates Baskets To Preserve Threatened Ash Trees

Earlier this year, the Wisconsin Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection implemented a state-wide Emerald Ash Borer quarantine. For ...