Protecting a rare forest in America’s first tribal national park, New Wisconsin crêperie

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Heard On The Morning Show
Fallen leaves show their colors as they float in a puddle on a rainy day.
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We hear from the environmental director of the Red Cliff Band of Lake Superior Chippewa about conservation efforts in the Frog Bay Tribal National Park. Then, the owner of a new Milwaukee crêperie that specializes in Eastern Europe cooking talks about her business.

Featured in this Show

  • A tour of America's first tribal national park in autumn

    We explore conservation efforts at Frog Bay Tribal National Park, located on the shores of Lake Superior with views of the Apostle Islands. The 175-acre area is managed by the Red Cliff Band of Lake Superior Chippewa and considered the first tribal national park in the United States. The park is open to tribal members and the public.

  • Native Milwaukeean returns to open creperie in Riverwest

    Offering an inventive variety of sweet and savory crepes, the Seven Swans Creperie opened this spring in the Riverwest neighborhood of Milwaukee. A native of the city, Kate Bryan’s crepes hew to a style resembling blini, common in Eastern Europe where she has spent time. Bryan joins us.

Episode Credits

  • Kate Archer Kent Host
  • Royce Podeszwa Producer
  • Joel Patenaude Producer
  • Lee Rayburn Technical Director
  • Linda Nguyen Guest
  • Kate Bryan Guest

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