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Winter Hitchhiker Tests Balance Of Safety And Compassion

Driving home on a snowy night, author Crystal Chan and her mother encountered a hitchhiker in the blowing snow. The ...

UW Dairy Animal Welfare Specialist Thankful for the Cows

As a Harvard undergrad studying psychology, Jennifer Van Os never pictured herself working in a Wisconsin dairy barn. “A decade ...

Primrose Couple Meld Gardens And Blacksmith Art Into A Giving Space

After traveling around the world, German-born blacksmith artist Michael Edlinger found his place on a farm in eastern Wisconsin. The ...

Young Women Learn Building Trades In Week-Long Camp Run by Madison Carpenter

When Sandy Thistle was growing up, there was one thing for sure she knew she wanted to do. Not hate ...

From Trophy Bucks To Black Bears: Taxidermist Preserves Wisconsin’s Animals

Wisconsin’s deer hunting season is underway. After the meat has been packed in the freezer, taxidermists are there to preserve ...

Antigo Woman Helps Injured Birds Recuperate In A Safe Haven

When you arrive at the Raptor Education Group Inc. (REGI) in Antigo, you might hear the cry of an eagle, ...

The Buck Of A Lifetime: Hopes And The Reality Of Hunting

Wisconsin's deer hunting season is underway with bow hunting lasting until January. Hunters plan for this time all year long, ...

Chippewa Falls Teen Performs In New York City Musical About Hemophilia

Colin Orth dreams of being a traveling musician. The teenager plays trumpet in the Chippewa Falls High School jazz band. ...

Organ Donor Gives Kidney To Total Stranger

One day, Missy Makinia was on Facebook when something caught her attention. There was a little girl in her town ...

Edgar Dairy Farmers Reinvent Their Third-Generation Family Farm Into A Garden Oasis

For three generations, the Bauman family roots have run deep on this land. Dave and Debbie Bauman are not about ...

Black Bears In Wausau’s Backyard

Tens of thousands of black bears roam Wisconsin and yet to see one up close is rare. Jeff Traska has ...

Valders Couple Raise Coopworth Long Wool Sheep, Run 1920s Woolen Mill

Nestled in a valley by Valders is the Hidden Valley Farm & Woolen Mill. Five hundred and fifty head of ...

Madison Arborist Utilizes Surprising Techniques

Evan Slocum is a one-of-a-kind arborist. “I think the way that I do things is pretty different,” Slocum says, referring ...

Janesville Man Introduces People To Ice Age Trail Through Love Of Running

Wisconsin’s Ice Age National Scenic Trail is a thousand mile footpath tracing Ice Age formations across the state. People are ...