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‘Wouldn’t you help your relatives survive?’: The return of the Ojibwe horses

Emily Loerzel’s horse, Dimii, neighs while other Ojibwe horses munch on hay during one sunny, fall day in October 2022. ...

Outdoorsman brings shades of color to natural spaces

The outdoors is painted in beautiful colors that change with the seasons and beckon for people to explore it. Christopher ...

Letting monkeys be monkeys: Retired lab monkeys find retirement at Wisconsin sanctuary

Amy Kerwin, founder and executive director of Primates Incorporated, says monkeys used in research and drug testing have often never ...

Oshkosh teenager’s passion for Christmas lights supports community

There's a teenager in Oshkosh who's had a lifelong love of Christmas lights, and has taken that passion to new ...

DNR biologist consults on PBS Wisconsin nature documentary

Somewhere in northeastern Wisconsin, there is a rare species of plant, bright green with red tentacles… eating insects. This tiny ...

Looking back to move forward: A hunt to remember

For many Wisconsin families, hunting is an annual tradition rooted in customs and love. But what happens when those traditions ...

Madison artist brings painted, wooden flock to east side neighborhood

There’s a street on Madison’s east side that's dotted with large-than-life birds. A sandhill crane, a red-winged black bird, a ...

Local Wisconsin group is helping spread the Gospel of Bees

If you ever stroll past Redeemer Lutheran Church in downtown Milwaukee, you can’t help but feel an atmosphere swarming with ...

Turning back time on a century farm to heal the land

On a bend in the Buffalo River, Heather Mishefske and Chad Rykal envisioned a new kind of farm. This land ...

Pittsville High School pioneers high school cranberry science program

Fall in Wisconsin ushers in cool air, golden leaves and a flood of red delicious cranberries. Wisconsin is by far ...

Where does the ‘Driftless Area’ get its name? The history, boundaries of the southwest Wisconsin region

As people enter the Driftless Area of southwestern Wisconsin, they're transported from a relatively flat region to a sudden maze ...

Chippewa Falls man helps give back by giving new life to old bicycles

Many times in life things start out of necessity. Chippewa Falls native Mike Van Dusseldorf began fixing bicycles in his garage ...

A passion for peonies transforms Wisconsin dairy farm

In rural Shawano County family farms still dot the landscape, but on one farm a unique crop has taken root. ...

Bison: The biggest, baddest animal in Wisconsin (sort of)

Have you ever wondered what the biggest animal in Wisconsin is? If so, you’re a lot like Alstan Van Overmeer ...

The goose pond: Finding healing in presence

Sometimes, an ordinary experience surprises us — turning the mundane into something extraordinary. Writer Crystal Chan felt this on a ...