Martens are North America's most frequently translocated carnivore, with projects in 16 states and six provinces from the 1800s until the present. They were wiped out in most of the Great Lakes region after European colonization and later reestablished in some states.
Wisconsin is proud of its water, including the stuff that comes out of the tap. Every year, the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources releases an annual report about how the state's public water systems are doing.
What might Wisconsinites expect from the state landing Foxconn? China-based ecoonomic development expert Einar Tangen discusses how the deal could be good for Wisconsin's business and real estate community, but is concerned it will not benefit most people in the state.
What is the scope of the incentives Wisconsin could be offering to Foxconn to open a manufacturing plant in the state? UW-Madison economist Steven Deller discusses how states fighting to court big companies like Foxconn is "the new Civil War."