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The Last Hunting Season

Every year, Chris Hardie and his father sat together in the cold November woods on opening day of the gun deer hunting season. When his father’s health began to decline, it was still important for him to carry on the tradition.

Wisconsin Life # 807: Seeds of Change

We head into the city and the forest as host Angela Fitzgerald visits the urban oasis of the Milwaukee Rotary Centennial Arboretum. Once an industrial waterway, the riverfront park has transformed into a beautiful, thriving treescape.

Wisconsin Life # 807: Seeds of Change

We head into the city and the forest as host Angela Fitzgerald visits the urban oasis of the Milwaukee Rotary Centennial Arboretum. Once an industrial waterway, the riverfront park has transformed into a beautiful, thriving treescape.

Wisconsin Loves Archaeology

Here in Wisconsin, there is one place like no other. It’s a special place in the ancient world and it’s a special place today. A place where nearly a thousand years ago the land laid witness to a native, sun worshipping culture long before European presence on this continent.

Tilia The Conservation Dog: Sniffing Out Invasives In Wisconsin

Every spring, when the wild parsnip sprouts and the elusive salamanders begin to breed, the team at Mequon Nature Preserve calls in backup to do important conservation and restoration work. But during a brisk fall day — with her tail wagging and a few small, excited barks — Tilia, a chocolate lab, is impatient to get the show on the road.

Auctioneer Buys-In to Helping Non-Profits

“Tommy and Tatimus took two tees tying them to the top of two tall trees.” Jenny Markham-Gehl is warming up. “Ten, ten, twenty, twenty, thirty, thirty, forty, forty, fifty, fifty, sixty, sixty, seventy, seventy, eighty, eighty, ninety, nine hundred hundred.”

Kenosha Man Sharpens Focus Through Iaido

When Carlos Frick was young, one of his uncles introduced him to karate. It’s a passion he’s followed into adulthood. He regularly practices Aikido at a Kenosha dojo. Eventually his interest in the martial arts led him to Iaido, a form of Japanese swordsmanship.

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