Wisconsin River


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Wisconsin River

A river, about 700 km (430 mi) long, flowing from north-central to southern Wisconsin then west to the Mississippi River. The Wisconsin Dells, a portion of the river located south of Wausau before it turns west, is a popular resort area known for its sandstone rock formations.
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Noun1.Wisconsin River - a tributary of the Mississippi River in Wisconsin
Badger State, WI, Wisconsin - a midwestern state in north central United States
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The book later shifts to Derleth-related sites, like the villages of Sauk City and Prairie du Sac, and the Wisconsin River sites that Thoreau-inspired Derleth wrote about in his work Walden West.
4) RHC controls River Bank and Wisconsin River Bank, both of which operate only in Wisconsin.
Sometime around 1870, a logging dam was constructed on the Wisconsin River.
AP) -- Life rarely presents a single moment representing the fulfillment of creativity, hard work and cooperation of a large group of vastly different people, but it did on a recent morning at a fishing pier on the Wisconsin River.
Conservationist Aldo Leopold's Sand County Almanac is a marvel of a book in which Leopold lyrically describes the seasons of life around his Wisconsin River farm.
Leopold started his own ecological restoration and conservation experiment on an eighty-acre farm he bought along the Wisconsin River, where he lived with his family and planted countless trees while documenting the ecological changes that came with his restoration.
In 1935, during a severe and prolonged drought, Aldo Leopold purchased an abandoned farm along the Wisconsin River near Baraboo, Wisconsin.
Allied Cooperative has been created through the merger of two Wisconsin cooperatives: Wisconsin River Co-op in Adams and Farmers' Co-op Supply & Shipping Association in West Salem, Wis.
Redevelopment plans include a bicycling and pedestrian trail along the Wisconsin River.
Leaving early in 1673, Joliet's party canoed down Lake Michigan to Green Bay and up the Fox River, portaged west to the Wisconsin River and then down it to the Mississippi.
A double-header final rocks up 19th century Wisconsin river ballad The Pinery Boy, followed by a brooding, stormy cover version of John Martyn's Bless The Weather.
Bolger serves as the chief operating officer of the Girl Scouts of Minnesota Wisconsin River Valleys, overseeing one of the largest Girl Scout councils in the country.

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