Jan 29, 2018
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel opinion columnist and Our Lives Magazine Editor Emily Mills discusses writing about and engaging with politics. Mills also reflects on covering the 2011 Wisconsin State Capitol protests, and her passion for punk music and roller derby.
Jan 22, 2018
Elk once ranged throughout Wisconsin. They were driven out in the 1800s due to over hunting and habitat decline. Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources Deer and Elk Ecologist Kevin Wallenfang discusses the effort to reintroduce the big game animal in the state.
Jan 15, 2018
Wisconsin is in the midst of a snowy owl irruption. What’s an irruption? Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources Bird Monitoring Coordinator Ryan Brady explains the influx of snowy owls, provides viewing tips, and explains why people find them so entrancing.
Jan 8, 2018
The National Park Service’s Bob Krumenaker discusses his work as superintendent of Wisconsin’s Apostle Islands National Lakeshore. The park is known for historic lighthouses, beach and cliff landscapes, and sandstone sea caves, which turn to ice caves in the winter.
Jan 1, 2018
A look back at some of the best moments from The Wisconsin Podcast in 2017, including snippets from former journalists Jen McCoy and Adam Mertz, Wisconsin Book Festival Director Conor Moran and author Melanie Radzicki McManus.