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Wisconsin’s booming grape crop at risk from herbicide drift

Wisconsin’s booming grape crop at risk from herbicide drift

Red Barn in Winter by Nick Bristol

Red Barn in Winter by Nick Bristol

Luv the cotton sprigs.

Georgia Plantation Wedding from Harwell Photography

How We Kill Time in Wisconsin: Threw boiling hot water into the super cold minus 12 degrees Fahrenheit air, and watched it immediately vaporize. (Considering the recent visits to the ER for burns, I guess I should add: don't throw the water into the wind, nor onto your nearby children!)

How We Kill Time in Wisconsin: Threw boiling hot water into the super cold minus 12 degrees Fahrenheit air, and watched it immediately vaporize. (Considering the recent visits to the ER for burns, I guess I should add: don't throw the water into the wind, nor onto your nearby children!)

Various grooves are cut into the bark of the tree to tap the milk which will become the natural latex for the rubber broom

Various grooves are cut into the bark of the tree to tap the milk which will become the natural latex for the rubber broom

Hiking in Grafton, WI  Lion's Den Gorge Nature Preserve

Lion's Den Gorge Nature Preserve (Grafton, WI): Top Tips Before You Go (with Photos) - TripAdvisor

What's Coming to Your Farmers Market This Fall

Genetically modified food is not labeled in the United States. Should you be concerned? of our food is genetically modified.

A Warmer World Will Mean More Pests and Pathogens for Crops  Diseases like the potato blight have ruined harvests in the past — and still haunt farmers today. Research suggests climate change will spread those pests and pathogens

A Warmer World Will Mean More Pests and Pathogens for Crops

A Warmer World Will Mean More Pests and Pathogens for Crops Diseases like the potato blight have ruined harvests in the past — and still haunt farmers today. Research suggests climate change will spread those pests and pathogens

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