by Eric Hansen
Take a moment to think about northern Wisconsin’s Penokee Hills. Picture the vast swath of forested ridges, the shady glens where pristine water flows from headwaters springs. . . .
Now, imagine the Penokee’s ridgeline, and the sparkling water of its trout streams, turned into an industrial sacrifice zone – on a scale that is almost beyond belief.
Read the rest of Eric Hansen’s article at the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.