Eugene Tesdahl, Assistant Professor of History at UW-Platteville, explores the role that women from the Mohawk tribe played in transporting goods from Albany, NY to Montreal, Canada in the early to mid-eighteenth century.
Chelsea Wunnicke, Family Living Agent at Richland County UW-Extension, explores the tools available to help you save for your child’s higher education costs. Wunnicke offers savings options for parents and grandparents.
Carrie Hennessy, Horticulturist and Landscape Designer at Johnson's Nursery in Menomonee Falls, shares what professional gardeners do in the winter while waiting to plant gardens in the spring.
Elizabeth Meils, Plant Pest & Disease Specialist at the Wisconsin Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection, Mike Dummer, Merchandiser for Buck Country Grain, and Mike Murray, Pesticide Program Manager at the Wisconsin Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection, discuss their plan to protect bees and pollinators with the goal of keeping them healthy.
Jerry Nelson, Owner of Classic Gardens in Raymond, WI, introduces planting options for keeping your garden blossoming into the fall season. Nelson talks about planting mums, asters, salvia, grasses and other late blooming plants.
Scott Sanford, Senior Outreach Specialist in Biological Systems Engineering at UW-Madison, explores some of the causes of grain storage problems including: too much foreign matter, the grain being too wet or too warm, uneven grain temperatures, not checking the grain often enough and not having a well cleaned storage facility before the harvest begins.
Matt Kures, Community Development Specialist at the UW-Extension Center for Community Development in Madison, explains the uses of economic and demographic data to analyze the economic strengths and weaknesses of a community. Kures focuses on Vilas County and compares the data to other Wisconsin counties.
Amaya Atucha, Fruit Crop Specialist at UW-Extension, discusses orchard floor management systems. Atucha explains the importance of a healthy groundcover to maintain soil temperature and moisture, reduce weed competition, minimize soil erosion and provide a habitat for beneficial insects.
Kathleen Glass, Associate Director at the Food Research Institute at UW-Madison, provides an overview of foodborne illnesses, focusing on listeria monocytogenes. Glass explains where listeria comes from, how it can get into fresh produce, how to test for it and how to control it.
Anne Katz, Executive Director of Arts Wisconsin, shares her journey as an advocate for the arts. Katz focuses on the mission, vision and purpose of Arts Wisconsin, an organization that focuses on making the arts the center of life and learning throughout the state.