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In terms of attendance, compensation, and overall media presence, women’s sports are almost always eclipsed by those of their male counterparts.

Kat Becker and Tony Schultz of Stoney Acres Farms in Athens, Wisconsin. Photo by James Gill/Wisconsin Public Television.

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Peter Krsko stands amidst Renewal (with collaborating artist Katie Schofield’s Turkey Tails), one in a series of bio-inspired art installations on view at Olbrich Botanical Gardens in Madison. Photo by TJ Lambert/Stages Photography.

Wonewoc-based artist and educator Peter Krsko works at the intersection of science, art, and nature. 

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