The End of Nature in Wisconsin - Ep. 414
- Aired: 04/06/2010
- Rating: TV-G
Michael J. Goc, Author, Editor.
Beginning with the first furrow dug by Billy Johnson in 1838, Michael Goc chronicles the end of the prairie environment and the prairie landscape in Wisconsin. Farming, logging, the introduction of cattle and changing the course of waterways all have played a part in creating a new landscape.
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