The events were held as a part of the University of Wisconsin–Madison’s 175th anniversary celebration.
University Communications | Will Cushman | May 16, 2023
Adams County is planning to build a new health, human services, and administrative building while Marathon County seeks to address overcrowding in its courthouse and envision future use for a vacant dormitory.
Marathon County worked with three University of Wisconsin–Madison courses to evaluate the county’s use of road salt.
Current and former UniverCity Year partners reflect on their experiences with the program.
Wetlands and riparian land, or the area between land and a river, are essential resources that provide flood protection, erosion control, and a variety of other benefits.