Wisconsin Idea seminar showcases Badger state to UW-Madison faculty, staff

Image of Mississippi River at Trempealeau, Wisconsin The Little Bluff Mounds Interpretive Trail culminates in a grand view of today’s village of Trempealeau. Once the site of religious activities for a Mississippian society that lived in the area one thousand years ago, it is now a place where visitors can learn about the ancient settlement and admire the natural beauty of the location. The Little Bluff Mounds is part of Trempealeau Interpretive Path which was partially funded by the University of Wisconsin-Madison’s Ira and Ineva Reilly Baldwin Wisconsin Idea Endowment. Trempealeau is a destination of the 2017 Wisconsin Idea Seminar. (Photo by Catherine Reiland / UW-Madison)

A five-day tour that has become a staple of the Wisconsin Idea will introduce dozens of UW-Madison faculty and academic staff to the geography, culture and history of Wisconsin.

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