Summer Camp History, Severe Weather Warnings, USMCA In Effect

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The U.S-Mexico-Canada trade agreement took effect this week. We talk about what’s changing and what open questions remain. We also hear about why the National Weather service is looking for input on its severe weather warnings. Plus, the history of an all-girls summer camp founded in the early 20th century.

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    In 1909 the Wisconsin legislature designated almost 4,000 acres in Door County as Peninsula State Park. A few years later, two St. Louis women opened Camp Meenahga for girls. We discuss a new book that compiles the camp’s history, which encompasses two world wars and The Great Depression.

  • The Severe Warning System From The National Weather Service Could Change

    The National Weather Service is seeking input from the public on its severe weather warning system. We talk to a meteorologist with the NWS about the initiative and why the system might change.

  • What's Changing As USMCA Takes Effect

    The U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement went into effect this week, setting new rules for North American trade. We talk with a trade expert about what’s changing, what open questions remain, and what impact the USMCA could have on Wisconsinites.

Episode Credits

  • Rob Ferrett Host
  • Jana Rose Schleis Producer
  • J. Carlisle Larsen Producer
  • Dean Knetter Producer
  • Kathleen Harris Guest
  • Tim Halbach Guest
  • Mark Copelovitch Guest
  • Sarah Hopefl Technical Director

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