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Kyle carrying a tray of plants, with the superimposed collection title, Climate Wisconsin, Stories from a State of Change, and the name of the story, Extreme Heat
Changing climate conditions mean changes to Wisconsin's agricultural production. Examine its effects through the story of one family’s farm.
A close-up of the tap in a tree, with the superimposed collection title, Climate Wisconsin, Stories from a State of Change, and the name of the story, Sugaring
Meet a Wisconsin family of tree tappers and learn why changes in climate could have significant impacts on the statewide production of maple syrup.
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Meet the Climate Trackers, a group of scientists who are using measurements to tell the story of climate change and inform the decisions that will shape our future. In the resources below, you’ll learn about these scientists and their lab, and discover why their research matters in real life. Grab your notebook to take notes as you explore!
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Bring the world to your classroom with PBS LearningMedia. Find more than 30,000 free-to-use educational resources for educators in all core subjects from PBS stations across the country, including PBS Wisconsin Education resources! Access videos, interactives, lesson plans and curated collections to create unique and fun learning experiences aligned to state standards. Searching for content is easy. Knowing what you find comes from a trusted source is even better.
A color photograph showing a student holding papers and pencils against a tree to write while doing sugaring in the woods. Superimposed over the photograph are the logo for The Ways and the story title, Waadookodaading.
Waadookodaading educators integrate the tradition of sugaring into the curriculum to support Ojibwe language learning.
A color photograph showing Fred Ackley Jr. holding a curved tray containing manoomin that he is winnowing. Superimposed over the photograph are the logo for The Ways and the story title, Manoomin.
Fred Ackley Jr. of the Sokaogon Chippewa Community of Mole Lake harvests wild rice.
When the United States Government’s land grabs put his people in harm’s way, this Menominee leader pushed back and proposed a new plan to protect their homeland and way of life.
This agricultural chemist at the University of Wisconsin-Madison made some all-star discoveries and scored major points with the Babcock Test, totally changing the dairy industry game.
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Find out about upcoming and past conference presentations, webinars and more ways to connect and learn with our team and other educators.