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The state of Wisconsin has a rich and storied outdoor heritage and provides a plethora of opportunities for those who love to hunt, fish, and recreate outdoors. The Wisconsin Sportsman podcast exists to celebrate and spread a passion for natural resources and outdoor recreation in the state of Wisconsin. On this podcast we will discuss all things outdoors in the Badger State, from hunting, fishing, and conservation, to camping, hiking, and involving the entire family in the outdoors. We’ll h ...
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Wild Wisconsin - Off the Record

Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources

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Wild Wisconsin: Off The Record is bringing you inside voices on Wisconsin's outdoors. It doesn’t matter if you live to hunt and fish, watch birds, love camping, or you're someone who likes to get outdoors for a walk every once in a while, there's something here for everyone.
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The S-Files

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Welcome to The S-Files, which is sponsored by Serve Wisconsin, Wisconsin’s National and Community Service Board. The S-Files is your look into the impacts and stories of AmeriCorps members and volunteers serving throughout the State of Wisconsin. Each episode, we will be digging into their Service Stories, or S-Files, to learn about the people and programs whose service is meeting critical needs across Wisconsin and enriching the lives of the people and communities they serve.
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Ducks Unlimited Podcast

Ducks Unlimited Inc.

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Ducks Unlimited Podcast is a constant discussion of all things waterfowl; from in-depth hunting tips and tactics, to waterfowl biology, research, science, and habitat updates. The DU Podcast is the go-to resource for waterfowl hunters and conservationists. Ducks Unlimited is the world's leader in wetlands conservation.
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TCC is THE podcast for conservative educators, parents, and patriots who believe in free speech, traditional values, and education without indoctrination. Each week, we dive into the issues that are plaguing our education system and keeping you up at night. Each episode offers common sense ideas to improve education in our classrooms and communities. You may feel like you’re the last conservative educator, but you are not alone. Tune in to hear insightful, thought-provoking, common-sense ide ...
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Deep Roots Radio

Sylvia Burgos Toftness

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Saturdays, 9:00-9:30AM Central, live interviews with guests who help connect the dots between what we eat and how it's grown. Sylvia Burgos Toftness - New York City girl turned 100% grass-fed beef farmer and herbalist- chats with ranchers, farmers, scientists and educators, film makers, policymakers, marketers, chefs and authors - all describing the linkages between soil health and nutrition, agricultural practice and financial sustainability, animal welfare and environmental restoration, su ...
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Follow along on our adventurers chasing all kinds of game in the heart land of America. Our passions run from the north woods rivers all the way out to the wide open prairie. We are untamed and wild is all we chase.
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Your Mountain

David Willms, Mike McGrady and Nephi Cole

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Join David Willms, Mike McGrady, Nephi Cole, and entertaining guests each week as they use humor, storytelling, and more than 40 years of collective experience in law, science, and policy to explain important decisions affecting your outdoor experience. As the guys frequently say, "There are millions of acres of opportunity out there. They belong to you. Every day, decisions are being made that affect your land, your water, and your wildlife. You should know about them. This is Your Mountain ...
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The Caramel Conservative Podcast is a no holds barred, no B.S. take on the current events and politics in the United States with a great mixture of sarcasm and humor from a very right of center perspective tempered with common sense. In other words, it's "Real Talk By Real People". The Caramel Conservative Podcast airs LIVE every Tuesday night at 8:00 pm CST where we talk about the latest current events with myself, Just Jen, and some unexpected guests. Your calls are always welcome at 920-3 ...
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SDG Talks

Kevin Sofen & James Armour

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SDG Talks Podcast highlights Change Makers and their work around the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Our passion is to highlight people and organizations that work towards the 17 goals that will transform the world into a more equitable place for everyone. Got a good story? Send us an email at sdgtalkspodcast@gmail.com or visit us at www.SDGTalksPodcast.com
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Civil Discourse | Progressive Radio; Grassroots media; current events; history; Democrat views; Republican views; liberal; conservative

Civil Discourse | Progressive Radio; left wing radio; current events; history; democrat; republican; liberal; conservative; talk radio

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Civil Discourse is the most informative Progressive Radio Show in Wisconsin. A grassroots radio program featuring Senator Peter Bear and Eric Brant. 30 years separate these two co-hosts, offering a unique dynamic to the program. Learn about current events from a historical angle. Hear from state senators, representatives, local politicians, activists, and historians to better understand our current political environment. Gain a better understanding of how political decisions affect everyday ...
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The Jen Charlton Show - Tellin' It Like It Is - brings together experts from the private and public sectors to share their insights and opinions on critical issues of the day. Jen tackles subjects that most mainstream media won't. Her straight and compelling conversations focus on important topics that affect people locally, across the country, and around the world. Follow her on: Facebook Truth Social Twitter
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WXPR The Extra

WXPR Public Radio

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The Extra is WXPR’s daily news podcast. Get the news you need to stay informed about your local community – all in six minutes or less. Available weekdays by 1 p.m. Subscribe, listen and support local public radio.
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"Conservative Voices Silenced" is a thought-provoking podcast that delves into the challenges faced by individuals who identify as conservatives in a society influenced by progressive ideologies. Hosted by passionate advocate Kristine Sposato, this podcast provides a platform for those who believe their conservative viewpoints have been suppressed and their values compromised amidst the rise of the progressive woke movement. In each episode, Kristine addresses the bias against conservatives ...
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In this enlightening episode, guest Cory Brewer, Education Counsel with Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty (WILL), delves into the upcoming School Board Summit. Designed to equip Wisconsin school board members and candidates with the legal and policy knowledge necessary to promote common-sense education, prioritize student achievement, and safeg…
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The guys break down a number of current events in hunting and conservation. First, they condem the torture and killing of a wolf in Wyoming. Then, they analyze ways to address a gap in the law to ensure behavior like this is appropriately punished if it ever occurs again. Next, they break down the U.S. House passing the EXPLORE Act and a recent cou…
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Vegetable processors across the country are feeling price pressure due to tariffs on steel, according to the Midwest Food Products Association. It's amped up the competition with foreign processors. Wisconsin is one of the top states in the production of the major processing vegetables, notably green peas, snap beans, and potatoes. This year, at le…
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Sydney Flick manages her family farm Jazzy Jerseys in Lodi. They milk about 800 cows. She says while 1 billion people will celebrate Earth Day on April 22 this year, it's something she lives every day. “We rely on the land to take care of our family and the cows.” Jazzy Jerseys has reduced water usage by recycling. They use cold water from the well…
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In this episode of The S-Files, we are exploring the service done by AmeriCorps member Angelica Morales, who is currently serving her fourth AmeriCorps term with the Wisconsin Association for Homeless and Runaway Services (WAHRS) at Pathfinders in Milwaukee. Angelica discusses her service over the last four years at the Pathfinders Youth Shelter, w…
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Decisions are being made today about county fair animals and exhibits you'll see later this summer. Stephanie Hoff talks with UW-Extension Youth Livestock Specialist, Bernie O'Rourke, about getting started on the right foot and establishing a partnership with your veterinarian early. The College for Rural Wisconsin may not be a name you're familiar…
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On this episode of the Ducks Unlimited podcast, former NFL player and Super Bowl champion, Derek Wolf, shares his background growing up in Northeast Ohio and his introduction to the outdoors through hunting. Despite the challenges, Derek's stepdad introduced him to hunting and football, shaping his passion for both activities. Tune in to hear more …
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There’s an artistry to making cheese. There’s also an art to sandwich making. And those two things come together at the Wisconsin Grilled Cheese Sandwich Championship. Jenna Vondra, Dodgeville Area Chamber of Commerce Executive Director shares how this event got started and what attendees can expect for this year. The event takes place Saturday, Ap…
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For those whose primary experience with corn is the butter-drenched corn on the cob variety, it might come as a surprise that other forms of sweet corn are in trouble. There has been an ongoing decline in sweet corn production for frozen and canned products and other processed vegetables. Bill Tracy is the Director of the UW Sweet Corn Program and …
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The Highly Pathogenic Avian Influenza is impacting more farm animals than poultry. Dairy cows in several states have also contracted the virus, and it has people concerned about the safety of dairy and meat. Adam Brock joins us, Administrator of the Division of Food and Recreational Safety. he says he’s been getting phone calls about whether eggs, …
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The 2024 Wisconsin Association of Meat Processors wrapped up their convention on Saturday in Madison and it was full of great meat offerings and great hands on learning. Pam Jahnke talks to Dr. Jeff Sindelar, UW-Extension Meat Specialist, about the state-of-the-art Meat Science and Animal Biologics Discovery Center that helped with hands on learnin…
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We all have a responsibility to use our resources wisely. And farmers are great examples of how it’s done because they work hard every day to meet the needs of tomorrow. Scott Timm joins us, he comes from a diversified farming operation in Green County and has prioritized environmental sustainability, including cover crops. He was named as one of W…
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Summary Matt Russell, owner and operator of Double Aero Guides in southern Arizona, discusses bird hunting and the unique bird species found in the Southwest. He highlights the diverse landscapes and weather conditions in Arizona, from desert and cactus to mountains and grasslands. Matt talks about the different types of quail, including Gambel's q…
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Unlock the potential to transform education from within as Eloise Smith from the Freedom Foundation joins us for a pivotal discussion on the Teacher Freedom Summit 2024. This episode isn't just another conversation; it's a rallying cry for educators with conservative values looking for union alternatives and a sense of community. We dissect the sum…
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Farmers make up less than 2 percent of the population, yet they are responsible for feeding the world. That’s why preserving natural resources for generations to come is vital in agriculture. For farmers, Earth Day is every day. Brooke Trustem joins us in-studio. She is a 6th generation farmer and works on her family’s dairy farm in Evansville, Lar…
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Wisconsin 4-H is asking the state's businesses and agribusinesses to sound off on how 4-H can prepare future employees for their opportunities. Jill Jorgensen, UW-Extension 4-H Specialist in Green Bay talks with Pam Jahnke about how the survey's constructed and what they hope it accomplishes. Survey results are being gathered until the end of the m…
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Host Chris Jennings is joined by Rusty Creasey, manager of the Coca Cola Woods in Arkansas, for a discussion about the off season. First, the two discuss the highs and lows of the 2023-2024 season and Creasey provides information on a few oddities he saw throughout the duck season. With water off the property, Creasey is preparing to clean up boat …
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Jill Jorgensen, WI Youth Development 4-H Animal Science and Agriculture Outreach Specialist in Green Bay is helping spread the word about an important survey underway, gauging employers views on 4-H programming. University Extension 4-H programs from throughout the upper Midwest are conducting the survey on Food, Agriculture, & Related Businesses W…
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Instagram, Facebook, YouTube, Hunting Forums, Netflix, you name it! Across all platforms somebody's got something to say, a bone to pick, or a cool picture to remind you why their gear is better than whatever you've got, and your way of doing things isn't great. It wears on a person after a while and sometimes can make it tough to figure out which …
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Guests: Victims of the #EastPalestine Train Derailment (2/3/2024) & Toxic Burn (2/6/2024) Steve Friend, FBI Whistleblower about the FBI scope and the #FISA / Section 702 legislation The show features highlights from interviews with victims of the #NorfolkSouthern train derailment and toxic burn. Jen conducted the interviews at the hearing held by #…
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Demand for beef has remained strong as consumers repeatedly claim they will continue purchasing beef, both in retail and foodservice settings. Consumers continue to rank beef as a top source of protein, superior in taste, nutritious, and good for social gatherings and special occasions. At the same time, the beef industry is observing some decline …
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Wisconsin has more than 500 independent large, medium and small meat processors that dot the state, and Jake Sailer, president of Sailer Meat's in Elmwood, wants all of them involved with the Wisconsin Association of Meat Processors (WAMP)! Sailer is the outgoing president of WAMP, excited about what the board has lined up for 2024. He highlighted …
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Coffee to Costa Rica is like milk to Wisconsin. Bob Bosold visits with tour guide Miquel at Doka Coffee Estate about everything from weather to the best way to brew a cup. The Dane County Farmers Market kicked off its summer season on the Capitol Square Saturday. Jamie Buegel, Farmers Market Manager, talks about the volume of vendors they have this…
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The Dane County Farmers Market is ready to return to the Capitol Square. As the largest producer only farmers market in America, it will be celebrating its 52nd year on the square. “The Dane County Farmers Market was founded in September of 1972 with just five farmers set up on the Capitol Square,” says Jamie Bugel, Market Manager for the Dane Coun…
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The excitement on the UW-Rivers Falls campus is palpable as seniors wrap up their last semester and prepare to accept their diplomas. The news from the College of Agriculture, Food and Environmental Sciences is that the job market for these grads is looking good. So good, that students have to weigh the benefits of each job offer carefully before d…
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