Task Force On Missing And Murdered Indigenous Women, Mapping And Land Surveying

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1836 plat map of Madison
The original 1836 plat map for James Duane Doty’s planned capital city of Madison. Image courtesy of the Wisconsin Historical Society

We get an update on the state task force for missing and murdered Indigenous women. Then, we learn about the work of land surveyors.

Featured in this Show

  • Update On Missing And Murdered Indigenous Women State Task Force

    The state task force on missing and murdered indigenous women recently met for the second time since it was created last year by Attorney General Josh Kaul. We talk with the task force co-chair to get an update on its work.

  • Ask A Land Surveyor About Mapping Boundaries

    An audience member asked “The Morning Show” to host a conversation exploring the work of land surveyors. So, we’re doing that. Our guest is from the Wisconsin Society of Land Surveyors and brings decades of experience to answer your questions.

Episode Credits

  • Kate Archer Kent Host
  • Courtney Everett Producer
  • Keegan Kyle Producer
  • Lee Rayburn Technical Director
  • Justine Rufus Guest
  • Ed Harvey Guest