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  • Becoming a Hunter

    Last Updated: 11/12/2013

    Hunting season in Wisconsin is a big deal. Across its forests, prairies, grasslands and wetlands, Wisconsin is home to a wealth of wildlife, and some of the country’s best hunting. Hunters are passionate about their time in the great outdoors, combining recreation and conservation, and bonding with friends and family over the campfire at night.

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  • Leaves & Lunches: Wisconsin Fall Color Outings

    Last Updated: 9/18/2013

    Between the lush green of summer and winter’s white, Wisconsin’s fall puts on a magnificent, multicolor show from mid-September to late October. Here are a few of our favorite spots for admiring the fall foliage. We’ve included our picks for local lunch spots and attractions, so that you can make a day of it.

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  • Wisconsin’s 4th of July Parades

    Last Updated: 7/1/2013

    Wisconsin knows a thing or two about keeping – and creating – great traditions. Join the fun at any of these 4th of July parades, and you’ll see just what we mean.

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  • Fun for Free in Wisconsin

    Last Updated: 6/15/2013

    Wisconsin’s free activities and attractions let you fill your calendar with fun, without emptying your wallet. From beautiful beaches to behind-the-scenes factory tours, we have some top tips for finding fun for free this summer.

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  • Places of ‘Superior’ History

    Last Updated: 6/6/2013

    Traces of the Chequamegon Bay region’s rich past are evident in the craftsmanship of Bayfield’s enduring hillside mansions and in the names of the city’s founding figures still visible in the sandstone blocks on historic downtown buildings. But beyond such incidental evidence there are a number of places dedicated to the important work of preserving stories of the past.

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  • Discovering Wisconsin’s History: Burial Mounds

    Last Updated: 5/14/2013

    Between 800 BC and 1200 AD, Native Americans built over fifteen thousand burial mounds in Wisconsin. That’s more than anywhere else on the continent.

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  • And on That Farm, He Had a Wooly Mammoth

    Last Updated: 4/21/2013

    It’s 1964, and a man cutting a drainage ditch through Kenosha farmer Frank Schaefer’s field hits something. Something that knocks him clean off his feet.

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  • Wisconsin Architecture’s Unique Appeal

    Last Updated: 3/21/2013

    Wisconsin is known nationally for its state parks, lakes, and rolling hills. But the state’s man-made beauty is just as fascinating. From grandiose to off-the-wall, Wisconsin architecture has something to capture every visitor’s interest. Here’s a sampling of our favorites!

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  • Curtain Call: Wisconsin’s Theatres with History

    Last Updated: 1/8/2013

    If you can tear your eyes away from the stage, you might notice that sometimes, the real sight to see is the theatre itself. Wisconsin’s gorgeous theatres have stories as rich as the ones you see on stage. So hold on to your playbills, tuck away your ticket stubs and queue up a special presentation of some of Wisconsin’s best venues.

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  • Happy Trails: Take a Wisconsin Nature Walk

    Last Updated: 11/27/2012

    Winter in Wisconsin is just around the corner and with it comes a flurry (pun intended) of outdoor winter activities.

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