Travel Green in Northern Wisconsin
Reduce your footprint; travel northern Wisconsin the environmentally friendly way this summer
There’s a good chance you’ve been to northern Wisconsin. Well, you probably have not visited the northwoods the way travel writers Pat Dillon and Lynne Diebel did for Green Travel Guide to Northern Wisconsin: Environmentally and Socially Responsible Travel (2011, The University of Wisconsin Press). In this companion to Dillon and Diebel’s Green Travel Guide to Southern Wisconsin, the co-authors lay out how to traverse the vast diversity and richness of northeast and northwest Wisconsin. To reduce your carbon footprint, leave the car in thegarage, load the bikes on the train or bus and cruise up to the Journey Inn in the Lake Pepin area. Sun or snow, Dillon and Diebel offer destinations for every season, and the detailed directory in the back makes trip planning easy. Local recipes and historical facts about the regions included in the guide complement the honest descriptions Dillon and Diebel offer of the “ecopreneurs” they meet and learn from along the way. With this guide in tow you are in for a delicious, exciting and sustainable adventure up north.