Madison, Wisconsin – The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources (DNR) today announced the Summer Wisconsin Natural Resources The magazine, now available in print and online, features stories celebrating the Wisconsin outdoors being open to all.
The latest issue highlights the organizations, people and resources that help ensure Wisconsin’s natural resources are available to all. Read about groups like Cycling Without Age, Midwest Crappie Hunters, and Wisconsin Women in Conservation, each of whom is taking steps to make this happen.
Find your adventure at several state properties celebrating milestone anniversaries this year, and make summer safety a priority with sunscreen and tips for dealing with ticks. Gather around the grill and learn outdoor cooking techniques from Wisconsin-based award-winning chef Luke Zahm.
At the Kids Corner, hipsters can try tie-dye with all-natural dyes made from kitchen scraps and backyard finds.
Plus, learn how land managers are working to protect the tip-tailed grouse, and read about the top three national properties for birding.
Find these stories and more in the summer issue Wisconsin Natural Resources Magazine.
Subscribe now to receive four issues Wisconsin Natural Resources The print edition costs $8.97.Call 1-800-678-9472 or register online wnrmag.com.
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