The leaves are changing colors, local grocers are selling pumpkin spice-flavored everything and a certain anthropomorphic badger is back roaming the sidelines at Camp Randall Stadium. That can only mean one thing: It’s fall in Wisconsin! Grab yourself a PSL and read about everything our state has to offer this time of year in the fall issue of Wisconsin Natural Resources magazine, now available in print and online.
The latest issue celebrates all the autumn traditions “Rooted in Wisconsin,” with stories offering a little something for everyone around the state. Within the pages, you’ll discover a dive into Wisconsin’s thriving forest products industry. Additionally, learn more about an inclusive outdoor education space in Racine County, a look at the First Capitol Historic Site, a salute to the Northwoods and a guide for hiking trails you’ll surely fall for.
Explore the ghosts of port towns past with tales of thriving Lake Michigan coastal communities that vanished a century ago. Private well owners will find everything they need to know to keep their water supply safe. In the Kids Corner, prepare for a classic game of tic-tac-toe while learning about acorns, pine cones and growing trees. Plus, enjoy a special highlight on everyone’s favorite badger, Bucky.
Find these stories and so much more in the fall issue of Wisconsin Natural Resources magazine.