Ground Truths: Stories from Wisconsin’s Frontlines of Environmental Action is a six-episode podcast series that highlights environmental justice issues across the diverse communities and landscapes of Wisconsin, from Milwaukee to the Northwoods.
Ground Truths is a production of Edge Effects and is funded in part by a grant from Wisconsin Humanities, with funds from the National Endowment for the Humanities. Wisconsin Humanities strengthens the roots of community life through educational and cultural programs that inspire civic participation and individual imagination.
Any views, findings, conclusions, or recommendations expressed in this project do not necessarily represent those of the National Endowment for the Humanities.
Series editors: Carly Griffith (lead), Clare Sullivan (lead), Ben Iuliano, Justyn Huckleberry, Marisa Lanker, Juniper Lewis
Growing Food Justice Through Urban Farming
Farms, Fertilizer, and the Fight for Clean Water
What Happens in the Wake of Frac Sand’s Boom and Bust?
Living with Lead in Milwaukee
Who’s Afraid of Wisconsin Wolves?
The Slow Erosion of Environmental Protections in Wisconsin
Featured image: A lone tree with green leaves stands behind a brown field with a rolling forest in the background in Dodge, Wisconsin. Photo by Dave Hoefler on Unsplash, 2018.
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