Articles by Larry Meiller

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An invasive tick species is swiftly making its way across the United States, the first to do so in about 50 years.
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Volunteers are an integral part of helping the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources keep track of the state's gray wolf population, which has grown in size and range over the past several decades.
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Fall and winter's plunging temperatures inspire spending more time indoors, but that warmth can also be an invitation to some unwelcome guests.
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The latest non-native pest to arrive in Wisconsin is the tiny purple carrot-seed moth, and its impacts are not yet fully known.
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It's been a low-activity year so far for influenza in Wisconsin and in much of the United States.
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Although nearly 900,000 Wisconsin households rely on private wells for drinking water, its quality is not a matter of certainty.
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The flu season is approaching, meaning opportunities to get a shot are arriving quickly. A pediatrics professor at the University of Wisconsin said there's a reason the push for the flu vaccine is during the fall.
Jars of pickled peppers
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Canning is a practice sealed into Wisconsin's soul — the state has a "pickle bill" on the law books after all.