Articles by Joel Waldinger

The University of Wisconsin-Madison campus still has 37 extant effigy and conical linear mounds.
Across the parking lot from Medford High School, there's an old dairy barn with chickens, a calf, pig, sheep, a rabbit, and one cat. It's the "school barn."
There's not much leisure time when it comes to farming but in his spare time Derek Sippel likes to grow giant pumpkins, tomatoes, watermelon, and squash.
On any given day bikers, inline skaters, joggers and moms with baby strollers can be seen using Mariners Trail.
Using telemetry and radio collars, Laine Stowell is tracking an elusive forest creature.
When Martine Anderson and her husband Edgar arrived on Washington Island it was love at first site.
In the backwoods of central Wisconsin, Britt Searles is in her environment and has an eagle eye for spotting wildlife under the forest canopy.