MADISON, Wis. – The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources (DNR) today announced that the winter issue of Wisconsin Natural Resources magazine is now available in print and online.
|A fresh look and exciting new features await readers in the latest issue of the DNR’s quarterly magazine, starting with a cover story on how to beat the winter blues.
Getting outdoors is good for the soul, especially in winter. Wisconsin has an adventure for everyone.
From ice phenomena, tips for visiting Door County, to day trips to cure cabin fever, the winter issue spotlights plenty of Wisconsin’s beautiful state properties to explore.
Readers will also find a variety of outdoor recreation inspiration, including what to bring to go ice fishing, activities to take in winter’s beauty and family-friendly events throughout the state.
Curl up with this issue’s stories of Wisconsinites paving the way for more inclusivity in outdoor spaces, hardy Lake Michigan surfers and women who hunt. Travel back in time to learn about why Wisconsin is known as the birthplace of snowmobiles.
Readers will also meet James Beard Award-winning chef Tory Miller who is dedicated to cooking up locally-sourced dishes, including his Rainbow Trout chowder. Also check out the new features to keep both kids and adults entertained.
Find all this and more in the Winter print issue of Wisconsin Natural Resources and online at wnrmag.com. Grab four print issues for $8.97 by subscribing online or calling 1-800-678-9472.