In 2017 the state of Wisconsin paid a record $99,400 to hunters whose dogs were killed by wolves. Senator Risser says there are better ways to use the state’s resources.”
“It’s both awe-inspiring and humbling to look out my office window and see the first prairie restoration in the world.”
Here is my most recent publication – an article on the thriving local, fresh-cut flower growers in Southwest Wisconsin. This article may have generated the most gorgeous Isthmus cover ever. When […]
Can wolves’ adaptability and savvy save them from legislation now on the docket in Washington.