There’s no time like a beautiful August day to head to the UW Arboretum. Join us for a guided walking tour of the Longenecker Horticultural Gardens. Curator David Stevens leads […]
Anna Heinen’s Exhibit “Pink-Stone, Lake-Moon” Is Com...
Coming to a patch of larch trees at the UW Arboretum this Saturday, April 16 is an interactive sculptural installation from artist Anna Heinen. The exhibit, entitled “Pink-Stone, Lake-Moon,” will coincide with April’s full pink moon.
Cardinal Call: Pilfered pines and COVID testing
Each Tuesday, WORT sits down with a member of the editorial staff at the Daily Cardinal — one of UW-Madison’s student newspapers — to get the latest on what’s happening […]
Rare pine stolen from UW Arboretum
At some point between last Thursday, November 5th, and Monday, November 9th, someone cut down and stole a 25-foot rare pine tree from the University of Wisconsin Arboretum. The theft […]
History of Madison’s Lost City
The “Lost City” sounds like a fairy tale, but in the forest of the UW Arboretum lies the ruins of a failed community. WORT volunteer Kathy Miner will lead a […]
Foraging, Wild Edibles, and the Arboretum
In this episode of the Perpetual Notion Machine, PNM’s hunter/gatherer Lincoln Tice explores the search for wild edibles, or in other words, foraging. With a little bit of education, anyone […]