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Wisconsin People & Ideas

          —Hyogo-ken, June 1991

Moriah Rataczak uses her Phantom 4 quadcopter—more commonly known as a drone—to monitor field conditions for Gumz Farms. Photo by Cassie Smith-Krebs.

From a hundred feet in the air, Moriah Rataczak inspects the fields of Gumz Farms in Central Wisconsin.

Tricklebee Café executive director Christie Melby-Gibbons believes everyone deserves a warm, healthy meal. Photo by Mckenzie Halling.

The Tricklebee Café is a pay-what-you-can restaurant, and absolutely anyone is welcome to a healthy, delicious meal, regardless of his or her ability to pay for it.

Alistair and I do our homework at the island in the kitchen while, at the stove, Mom stirs pasta fazool.

 One of four undergraduate, student-run presses in the United States, Cornerstone offers students direct experience in every aspect of publishing.

The future is all about water. And here in Wisconsin, we’ve got it. The problem is: The rest of the world wants it.

Reflections on the Evangelical and technological soul.

the day before they found her baby tuckedinto that crawlspace for safekeeping,i sat on the kitchen floor in front of her,just two houses down from my own,knobbed bones of her knees dimpling my back

My brother’s buying some late night drive-thru tacosfinds an empty parking lottakes two bites and starts to choke on his tearsthrows the meat and shells onto cracked concrete.

We dig our father’s grave with a post hole digger.My younger brother jabs the double blade into the dark soil.Across the creek, coyotes yowl to the dusk.We’re not used to hearing them.

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