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Walk along one of the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus’s most breathtaking features. The Lakeshore Nature Preserve is a 300-acre outdoor teaching and research laboratory that stretches for over 4 miles on the south shore of Lake Mendota. A designated Wisconsin Important Bird Area, it protects woodlands, wetlands, prairie, and savannah. Used for thousands of years beginning with Indigenous mound builders, it is now in service to faculty, students and thousands of community members as a place of learning and calm retreat.
Traverse the UW Lakeshore Nature Preserve to the words of past Wisconsin Poet Laureate Kimberly Blaeser. Blaeser is the author of five poetry collections including “Copper Yearning”, “Apprenticed to Justice,” and the bi-lingual “Résister en dansant/Ikwe-niimi: Dancing Resistance.” An Anishinaabe activist and environmentalist from White Earth Reservation, Blaeser is a Professor at the University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee and an MFA faculty member for the Institute of American Indian Arts in Santa Fe.