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Wisconsin Nature Writers at the Fox Cities Book Festival: Apps, Berry, Dewitz, and Miyazaki

This year’s Fox Cities Book Festival provided a great opportunity to be reminded of the great work coming out in Wisconsin at present which helps us explore and appreciate nature in Wisconsin – and how we make use of it. … Continue reading

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Review: Stephen Dewald, “Under a Poacher’s Moon”

Interested to see what it is like to be a game warden in Wisconsin? In the dangers a warden faces, the moments that leave them shaking their heads, and the friendly connections a warden makes? This book’s stories provide a … Continue reading

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Time to enjoy fall at its… falliest!

Crisp air, crunchy leaves, bright colors – now’s the time, folks, so lets enjoy it! I am a huge fan of winter, in part because of the subtle differences one can notice each day. We are now in another time … Continue reading

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New book on Wisconsin nature and history!

I enjoyed having coffee with Milton Bates a few years ago, and hearing about his work. I am glad that more people will have the chance to see Southeast Wisconsin through his eyes! ” “The Bark River Chronicles” reports one couple’s … Continue reading

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What does our current heat wave have to offer us?

A key question that I hope this website helps answer is: how do we connect with nature, in all kinds of weather? How do we keep those connections strong, how do we understand what is characteristic of a season, how … Continue reading

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Starting a new resource page

In the past, I wondered where I could look to find a list of writers and artists interested in depicting Wisconsin nature – so I thought I might start up a page devoted to that topic. This webpage is merely … Continue reading

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