In this 1967 interview, UW-Madison prof. David Fellman speaks to Richard Nixon on policy.
29:30 | Episode
How technology is used in the field of medicine.
26:48 | Episode
Jill Carnegie & Jim Tomasi shelter abused & abandoned exotic pets on a 10-acre sanctuary.
06:57 | Clip
Jed Schleisner combines art and science to build and restore iconic neon signs.
06:08 | Clip
Retired agriculture instructor Don Hawkins builds a legacy through his oak tree savannas.
04:46 | Clip
Former world travel and adventure writer Jeff Rennicke settles in the North Woods.
05:31 | Clip
Dan Sullivan rescues old timbers, turning them into sought-after duck decoys.
04:35 | Clip
Joshua Mayer plans to visit all 673 of Wisconsin's State Natural Areas.
05:53 | Clip
Mary Beth Volmer founded Women in Preservation to restore historic maritime structures.
06:13 | Clip
An intimate look at one of the world's most intelligent and sensitive animals.
01:02 | Preview
A livestock vet connects his West African cultural heritage to Dairyland traditions.
04:08 | Clip
Pegeen Snoeyenbos explores her lifelong relationship with the Flambeau River.
03:14 | Clip
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