Wisconsin’s Winter Wonderlands Episode

Wisconsinites are no strangers to the cold and snow that winter brings, so rather than hunkering down and hibernating, Mariah and Eric explore a number of communities across the state that know a thing or two about embracing the winter months! From the Arctic Warrior obstacle course in St. Germain, snowboarding at Devil’s Head Resort in Merrimac, Bald Eagle Watching Days in Sauk Prairie, and Winterfest in Lake Geneva, Wisconsin has no shortage of winter recreation!

The Cat Island Chain Restoration Project in Green Bay Story

The Cat Island chain was an important natural habitat in Green Bay that basically vanished in the 1970s due to erosion. Thanks to 40 years of hard work on the local and national levels, including research and funding from the UW Sea Grant housed at UW-Madison, these islands are once again teeming with wildlife.

George Poage: The First Black American to Medal in the Olympics Story

A Badger to the core, this La Crosse native overcame every obstacle stacked against him: He was the first black American to medal in the modern Olympics. And chances are, you’ve never even heard of him. Despite growing up during the Jim Crow era, George Coleman Poage found academic and athletic success. While a student, he ran track for the University of Wisconsin-Madison and later, competed at the 1904 Olympics. The rest is history.

8 Unique Wisconsin Cheeseburgers Episode

Cheeseburgers…that all-American comfort food is the focus today! From different cheeses to different meats and toppings, this fan favorite is showcasing the best of what Wisconsin offers.
Host Eric Paulsen traveled the state to find 8 Unique Wisconsin Cheeseburgers, and Wisconsin didn’t disappoint! Each specialty cheeseburger had something different to offer from locally sourced ingredients, to award-winning specialty cheeses and different types of meats. These chef-inspired cheeseburgers are bound to please your taste buds.