Arbor Day: St. Peter’s Dome


By Candy Andrews | April 29, 2011

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Today is Arbor Day, a special day set aside for planting and celebrating trees. Arbor Day got its start in Nebraska, a place not known for its forests or trees. But it’s now celebrated nationwide, including here in Wisconsin, a place rich with state and national forests. Commentator Candy Andrews has visited all of them, and she shares one of her favorite Wisconsin forests.

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Candy Andrews

Candice Gaukel Andrews is a nature and travel writer. Her most recent books are Beyond the Trees: Stories from Wisconsin’s Forests and Travel Wild Wisconsin: A Seasonal Guide to Wildlife Encounters in Natural Places.
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