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Kohler, Wisconsin, Remains an Oasis of Midwestern Beauty

John Mariani | Posted 09.26.2016 | Travel
John Mariani

Nothing about Kohler, Wisconsin, is unintentional. It is the expression of a remarkable vision unique to America when planned communities--sometimes characterized as Utopian--sprang up in the 19th century as places both autonomous and isolated from the stewpot cultures of the big cities.

Its Time to Finish the Largest Conservation Project in History

Jason A. Atkinson | Posted 06.23.2016 | Green
Jason A. Atkinson

More than a decade ago, concerned stakeholders worked together to develop a plan for the largest river restoration project in United States history. But that initiative languished due to lack of funding and political support.

This Land Was Made For You and Me

Jason A. Atkinson | Posted 09.26.2013 | Green
Jason A. Atkinson

An annual pilgrimage begins this week. Thousands of Americans are excitedly unpacking boxes from Cabelas and Orvis and planning to leave the office ea...

Conservation's Radical Middle

Jason A. Atkinson | Posted 09.20.2013 | New York
Jason A. Atkinson

This new conservation movement created along horizontal lines and reaching across to people, holds no victory for these types of leaders. How can you be a true environmentalist working with a Republican? How can you get reelected if people who share the same concern you do are not part of your party?

The Fonz Loves Flyfishing | David Moye | Posted 10.29.2011 | Weird News

There was a time when Henry Winkler was the personification of cool, but these days he's all about letting his freak flag fly. Which, of course, m...