Ojibwe-French-English couple Antoine and Sarah Gordon lived at intersection of old travel routes and changing cultures.
Online forum will focus on zebra mussel threat in northwest Wisconsin
Event on Feb. 2 is hosted by local lake organizations, counties, and conservation groups.
Origins, journeys, and returning
Themes from Heidi Barr’s new book help readers find the unique ways in which they contribute to the healing of the world.
A farm, a family, and a lifetime of learning
Multiple generations growing near Rush City discovers new ways of doing things.
Proposed hog operation near Trade River resubmits full application for state permit
Cumberland LLC seeks to open facility that would house 26,000 swine in northwest Wisconsin.
Afton State Park Phenology, January 20 to February 2, 2023
Woodpeckers and owls are active, while deer shed antlers.
Study: Eating one fish contaminated with PFAS same as drinking ‘forever chemicals’ water for a month
PFAS found at high levels in freshwater fish, with most concern for vulnerable communities.
Event in Hayward invites public to ‘think big’ for the Namekagon River
National Park Service and Wild Rivers Conservancy hosting free discussion about Wild and Scenic river’s future.
National Park Service to burn brush piles
Agency staff will burn piles at five habitat restoration projects along the lower St. Croix.
Farmers invited to learn what works for improving soil health in St. Croix region
Local corn and soybean producers who have increased the resiliency of their farms through soil health and nutrient management will share their knowledge.
Input invited on Wisconsin water quality monitoring
Draft guidance includes new standards for measuring PFAS and related chemicals.
DNR urges snowmobilers to operate safely as ice thins
Agency reminds riders that no ice is totally safe, and recent warm weather has increased risks.
Sweeping streets and clearing drains for a cleaner St. Croix River
State funding will help local communities enhance street sweeping to reduce runoff to the St. Croix River and its tributaries.
St. Croix Tribe announces historic property purchase near Apple River
Ojibwe band acquires 800 acres for recovery programs, cultural use, and environmental protection.
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