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    Summer 2021 Issue

    Legacy of a legend Hank Aaron State Trail remains fitting honor for baseball icon who died in January Guided by a passion for paddling Veteran river lover carves path to help others enjoy state waterways

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    Outside in Wisconsin

    THOMAS MEYER Tucked into the northeastern corner of the sprawling Northern Highland-American Legion State Forest in Vilas County lies a State Natural Area harboring an ecosystem at one time widespread but now uncommon.

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    Back in the day

    STABER W. REESEDNR photographer Dean Tvedt goes to work on Trilby Lake in Vilas County in 1952. Tvedt died in February at age 96. Kathryn A. Kahler

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    From the Secretary

    JOSHUA MORRISWisconsin Gov, Tony Evers, left, and DNR Secretary Preston D.

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    Your Outdoors

    KATHRYN BUROSWill Buros, left, with his late father, Walter. Will Buros Throughout my life, I have marked my time here on Earth by outdoor mileposts — the first time I caught a trout by myself, the first pheasant I shot on the wing, my first buck…

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    Taste of Wisconsin

    COURTESY OF KYLE CHEREKKyle Cherek uses his measuring cup as a coffee mug to streamline packing for a camping trip to Devil's Lake State Park. Kyle Cherek When it comes to camping, there are generally two types of folks.

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    Travel Resources

    CHRISTOPHER TALLScenic vistas await visitors to the North Country National Scenic Trail. Anne Sayers Nothing beats a sunny afternoon hike with my human and furry companions.

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    Here we go sailing past

    TIM SWEETSailboats race on Sturgeon Bay. Tim Sweet Anyone listening to pop radio 40 years ago would no doubt remember the Grammy Award-winning 1979 song “Sailing,” by Christopher Cross.

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    Preserve, protect, appreciate

    THOMAS MEYERJames Donovan of PBS Wisconsin films Beulah Bog State Natural Area for a recent documentary film. Lisa Gaumnitz On a warm, sunny March day, honeycomb ice floats over mats of last season’s pickerel weed at Beulah Bog State Natural Area…

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