May 29, 2019

It shows a distinct preference for loon blood. Conditions are ripe for it to thrive, and possibly drive nesting loons off their nests. Nature is relentless in its drive to proliferate...

May 28, 2019

It's time for some sun and warmth. Farmer's are faced with big decisions as June is around the corner and planting is behind schedule. For the grass based farmers it's dandelion here.

May 24, 2019

What if a Sly & the Family Stone song were stuck in your head? I wrote a column piece before it went away. Click Here...

May 22, 2019

Learn about what Colin Hanson, elementary school teacher in rural Edgar, Wisconsin, is doing to break cultural barriers through his A Walk In Their Shoes Program. Click here...

May 20, 2019

Introducing Dr.Walter Piper, Professor of Biology at Chapman University in Orange, California. He has studied the loon population on a hub of lakes in northern Wisconsin since 1993. Some models suggest the habitat is moving northward-and that loons will be a rarity in...

May 19, 2019

Sustainable, natural, local. You can't escape the buzzwords. Wild ramps emerge a few days after the snow melts. It doesn't get more local than foraging the woodlot for ramps. Cuisine du here

May 13, 2019

 I spoke with all of the folks in this photo today as I needed a shot of someone fishing along Wausau's River Walk. Everyday people are the best...

May 12, 2019

A lone Prairie Chicken flies in at sunrise on the Buena Vista Marsh in Wisconsin's Glacial Lake region. Click here...

May 9, 2019

Read about the influence Mary Brazeau Brown's mother had on here.

May 3, 2019

 I came upon this tree as I hiked the Eau Claire Dells and noticed it was a yellow birch and a maple joined at the bottom in a sort of inter-species conjugal relationship. Click here to read about this hidden gem of a park...

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