If If you build it, they will come. At first, those at Dairyland Power Cooperative weren’t so sure. Working together with conservation groups nearly 30 years ago, they launched the Peregrine falcon Restoration Program and installed nesting boxes for the endangered raptors hundreds of feet up the stacks at the Alma and Genoa generating stations.
Many a farm family has opened its doors to the public at this time of year for the purpose of serving up a tasty farm-fresh breakfast while offering a chance to take in the farming lifestyle and learn about the importance of agriculture to the state. These unique farm-to-fork experiences, however, are not limited to
With June arriving, it is time for us to continue getting back to normal activities. Hopefully, the worst of the COVID-19 pandemic is in the rear-view mirror. June is Dairy Month, and it is time for us to celebrate Wisconsin as America’s Dairyland once again. It is worthy to note that 57% of all dairy
There was a lot to celebrate at the May 6 grand opening of the new Sleepy Hollow Ford dealership in Viroqua. It was a celebration of one of the community’s key employers, now an anchor tenant in the new Viroqua Business Park off Highway 14 on the city’s north side. It also heralded the successful
Q: I am considering a solar array on the roof of my home. What steps should I take with efficiency and energy savings in mind? A: When I tell people I work in energy efficiency, one of the first responses I hear is, “Oh, I’m thinking about getting solar installed on my house.” I hear
Energy Leaders Gather in Madison for Electrify Wisconsin Event Energy leaders from electric cooperatives and investor-owned utilities as well as state and local leaders joined together in Madison recently for a full-day event dedicated to beneficial electrification. The forum was designed to advance cost-effective electrification measures that save consumers money, reduce emissions, and improve the