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Even with $20 million in public funds on offer to back a manure digester project, some in the energy and agriculture sectors say things remain murky.
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Tony Huppert and his family own TEAM Oil Travel Center in Spring Valley. As Gov. Scott Walker and key Republicans in the Wisconsin Legislature are split over transportation funding, rural areas find themselves in a difficult position when it comes to maintaining and repairing roads.
Wisconsin growers produced between 5.85 and 5.9 million barrels of cranberries in 2016, according the Wisconsin State Cranberry Growers Association. That harvest would come close to a record they set in 2013.
Rula and Abdul plied the narrow aisles of Madison's Istanbul Market on Tuesday, looking for spices and other staples, such as dried jute leaves, that are hard to find in their new country.
Every single refugee among multitudes around the world has their own individual story, their own experience of fleeing danger and seeking a better life elsewhere. One family that escaped Syria and moved to Wisconsin offers an example of the personal scope of this vast crisis.
Despite state and federal Do Not Call laws, telemarketing continues to be a top complaint in Wisconsin.
Wisconsin's local food movement is strong, but those involved recognize there's a lot to learn from each other and neighboring states with better defined programs that are more profitable for small farmers.
Winter may not seem like a great time for landscape activities. However, plenty of chores can keep gardeners engaged throughout winter and lay the groundwork for a successful spring.
The Midwest may be in the throes of winter, but most of the Great Lakes are open water.
Refugees and their resettlement in the United States have taken on a higher profile in recent years, owing in large part to ongoing war in Syria and the subsequent displacement of millions of people.