Noon Wednesday: Mainstays Vulnerable to Climate Change

By Marisa Wojcik | Here & Now

March 4, 2020

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What happens when the state's most iconic food products are in danger from an increasingly warmer, wetter and variable climate? Mary Kate McCoy of Wisconsin Public Radio explored this question in a six-part series called "On the Table." McCoy looks at climate change impacts and mitigation for Wisconsin's production of dairy, beer, cranberries, wild rice, walleye and potatoes.

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