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Headlines
Yes, Wisconsin has seen a drop of more than a billion in tourism dollars – Polifact @Politifact
Why a bubbler?

Indigenous Cultures
Oneida Nationfacebook.com
Exploring Wisconsin’s Native-American Heritage
Menominee – Wikipedia
http://www.menominee-nsn.gov
https://www.facebook.com/OneidaNationWI

Native American Tourism of Wisconsin (NATOW) was launched as a statewide initiative in 1994 by Great Lakes Inter Tribal Council (GLITC).MissionTo promote the development of Native American tourism for the benefit of the Wisconsin Tribes and their surrounding communities, recognizing the unique contributions and significant impact tribes have on the Wisconsin’s tourism industry.
https://www.facebook.com/nativewisconsin

http://www.ho-chunknation.com@HoChunkNationPR

Twitter
@SpottingWI
@NATOWisconsin
@TravelWI
@WPR
@WisReader
@HoChunkNationPR
@VisitStCroixVly
@BadgerFootball

Food
Known as ‘America’s Dairyland,’ Wisconsin is famous for cheese.

The state’s German and Swiss migrants brought recipes for all sorts of smoked meats and cheeses. Specialties include bratwurst. Farmers’ markets are held throughout the state.

YouTube
uw madison

Government
State of Wisconsin

Recommended Listening
wpr.org@WPR

News
Wisconsin

Blogs
badgerandwhoopingcrane@WisReader
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Parks
Parks, Forests, Recreation Areas & Trails

Horicon National Wildlife Refuge
Horicon National Wildlife Refuge & Leopold Wetland Management District – Flickr

Tourism Portals
travelwisconsin.com@TravelWIFacebook
http://www.travelwisconsin.com/wisconsin/Travel-Green/Overview.aspx
www.milwaukee.org@visitmilwaukee
Wisconsin Department of Tourism
Wisconsin Governor’s Council on Tourism
http://www.wigcot.org@WIGCOT

Tourism Federation of Wisconsin
Tourism Federation of Wisconsin (TFW) is a lobbying coalition of trade and promotional associations and organizations actively involved in Wisconsin’s tourism industry. TFW serves as Wisconsin tourism industry’s unified voice in government relations, cooperatively seeking to improve Wisconsin’s $13 billion tourism industry through supportive legislation and policies.
http://www.witourismfederation.org
http://www.switched.com/2009/09/29/wtf-wisconsin-tourism-federation-changes-name-over-net-slang

Universities
University of Wisconsin

Elsewhere on the Web
drinkwisconsinbly.com@DrinkWi
Lake Property, Cabin Rentals & Resorts
Maps and Guides – Travel Wisconsin
Renew Wisconsin
Great Lakes Water Institute
Travel Wisconsin
Wisconsin Life
http://treasuresofoz.org – Celebrating the Natural Gems of Ozaukee County

Antigo
antigo-city.org

Aztalan State Park
i94.biz/aztalan/aztalan.html
dnr.wi.gov/topic/parks/name/aztalan
Aztalan Artifacts from the Milwaukee Public Museum
Aztalan State Park

Cornucopia
cornucopiawisconsin.net
@southshorewi
Cornucopia,_Wisconsin
nps.gov/apis/mainland-caves-winter.htm

Dodgeville
Oldest courthouse in Wisconsin. Cheese
https://www.dodgeville.com
https://www.uplandscheese.com

Green Bay
Third-largest city on Lake Michigan’s west shore and home of the NFL’s Green Bay Packers

Green Bay Press Gazette
packers.comlive-webcasts
Wunderground
ci.green-bay.wi.us

The Green Bay Historic Preservation Commission is accepting award nominations for the Annual Historic Preservation awards held in early spring.

“Lambeau knows this 118-mile inlet that receives the waters of the Fox River.”

Kenosha
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kenosha,_Wisconsin

Kickapoo
http://www.organicvalley.coop/kickapoo

Kohler
Kohler – Wikipedia
americanclubresort.com

Madison
Madison is the vibrant capital of Wisconsin. There are more than 6,000 acres of parkland, including 250 parks and 14 conservation parks. Dane County boasts more than 150 miles of bike trails.
Madison Convention and Visitor Bureau
Madison Cluster – Flickr
Madison Group – Wikitravel
Wisconsin Historical Museum – Facebook
https://www.youtube.com/user/uwmadison/videos

Manitowoc
manitowoccarferry.com

Monona
Monona

St. Croix Valley
Earth Day founder Senator Gaylord Nelson, a native of Polk County, Wisconsin, worked to protect the St. Croix National Scenic Riverway as the first ‘Wild and Scenic River’ in the United States and established the first “Earth Day” on April 22, 1970.
https://thestcroixvalley.com
https://www.facebook.com/thestcroixvalley
@VisitStCroixVly
https://twitter.com/VisitStCroixVly/status/1120416828805865473

Flickr
Horizons Gallery

Flickr Groups
Wisconsin Nature

Parkside
uwp.edu

Rhinelander
rhinelandercityhall.org
rhodag.com@hodag
Wikipedia

Stockholm
runningdogranch.org
page 1405
Facebook
Stockholm – Wikipedia

Waterloo
waterloowi.usFacebook
@TrekBikes

Whitewater
whitewater.wi.us
uww.edu
Whitewater – Wikipedia

Wisconsin Rapids
wirapids.org
wisconsinrapidstribune.com

Buzzword Bingo
Badgers – Bubbler – Earth Day – Cranberries – Green Bay Packers – Pop

Apostle Islands
https://www.nps.gov/apis/index.htm

Door County
https://www.travelawaits.com/2482785/door-county-wisconsin-hidden-gems

Wikipedia
Wisconsin
List of city nicknames in Wisconsin
Bodeans

Cities

Features

Planeta.com

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