Archive for Category: "Hidden Gems: Wisconsin"
For the past five weeks, we’ve been sharing the short snapshots of Peter’s Hidden Gems in Wisconsin with the state’s 11 tribal nations. We’ve told you about the Oneida, Forest County Potawatomi, Menominee, Stockbridge Munsee, Sokaogon Mole Lake Community, Ho-Chunk, the Lac du Flambeau Band, the Bad River Band, the Lac Courte Oreilles Band, the [...]
If you’re like Peter then you usually make time for some shopping when you travel. We’re not talking about visiting a mega-mall in another country. Instead, think about bringing home an authentic piece that truly reflects–and often celebrates–the local culture. When it comes to Wisconsin, there’s more to the experience than cheese and those cheesehead [...]
Does Native American architecture make you think of tents and teepees? Turns out there is a lot more sophisticated design to be found in Wisconsin’s tribal nations. And in visiting these structures, you open the door to understanding how tribes like the Ho-Chunk, the Menominee, and the Oneida used to live. There are traditional structures, [...]
It seems that every destination boasts some form of locavore dining. While microgreens are good for attracting the foodies, Wisconsin has some more old-school standouts. Did you know that more than 100 buffalo roam free on the Oneida Nation Farm near Green Bay? It’s beyond farm to table, it’s farm to farm! And tribes like [...]
If you’re like me, then you’ll take any opportunity to get out on the water. Some of those opportunities are in the state of Wisconsin, and you should put them on your bucket list. Wisconsin has an impressive number of national and state parks, but what you may not know is how many of them [...]
As many of you may know, Peter is no stranger to the state of Wisconsin. He’s a proud alumnus of the University of Wisconsin and a devoted fan of the Badgers, and he travels to Wisconsin at least four times a year. In the world of branding, some might argue that Wisconsin might suffer from [...]