The Legacy of Ice-Age Winds, Forest and Prairie
Special | 34m 15s
Joseph Mason, Professor, Department of Geography, UW-Madison, discusses naturalist John Muir’s walk from Madison to the Muir family farm in upper Marquette County in the 1860s. Mason highlights the changes in terrain, at that time, from rolling prairie in DeForest to wetlands in Poynette to forest in Ennis Lake.
Aired: 08/05/13Video has closed captioning.
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