Friday, March 17, 2023

This week on Outdoors Radio


New cookbook celebrates eating invasive species

This week, Outdoors Radio features Wisconsin DNR R-3 Team supervisor Bob Nack, Ruffed Grouse Society Upper Midwest and Great Lakes forest conservation director Jon Steigerwaldt, Tamarack Waldorf School staffers Dorothy Kulke and Peter DeBoer, and tackle shop owner Pat Hasburgh. Jeff heads to Spring Valley, Illinois for the first MWC tournament of the season. Dan reports on last weekend’s Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Sports Show.

Wisconsin DNR R-3 Team supervisor Bob Nack talks about resources to help new hunters get into the sport. (

Jon Steigerwaldt, Upper Midwest and Great Lakes forest conservation director for the Ruffed Grouse and American Woodcock societies, announces three new field staff positions in Wisconsin and the Upper Peninsula of Michigan to work on habitat improvement for grouse and other wildlife species. (

Dorothy Kulke, outreach coordinator for Tamarack Waldorf School, and Tamarack science teacher Peter DeBoer talk about Tamarack’s nomination as a US Department of Education Green Ribbon School for its sustainability and wellness efforts. (

In the Madison Outdoors Report, Pat Hasburgh, proprietor of D & S Bait, Tackle and Fly Shop on Northport Drive in Madison, reports ice fishing is over for the season on the Madison chain but open water fishing has begun. (

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