What’s the link between an actively grazing herd and soil health? Rick Adamski blends the timeless tradition of his farm’s heritage with new age techniques for getting the most from his herd and the land… all while building better soil health than they’ve seen in decades.
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Wade into the trout-rich waters of Coon Creek with fish biologist and conservation historian Dave Vetrano, as he recounts the history and future of sustainable land use in western Wisconsin. Underscored with a sense of irony, Dave fishes crystalline waters that were once the state’s poster child for extremes in landscape and watershed degradation from […]
In 1949, Leopold wrote, “Examine each question in terms of what is ethically and aesthetically right, as well as what is economically expedient. A thing is right when it tends to preserve the integrity, stability, and beauty of the biotic community. It is wrong when it tends otherwise.” When Leopold wrote Sand County Almanac, the […]
Part of this film explores what happens when a previously “sustainable system” becomes unbalanced. Join the crew and scientists aboard the Great Lakes research vessel R/V Neeskay as they probe the depths of Green Bay in search of answers to decoding the dead zone. UW researchers Professor J. Val Klump and Dirk Koopmans continue their […]