In this issue: Travel to the south shore of Lake Superior and see how creativity is branching out to the rest of the state and beyond. Thomas D. Carr profiles Matthew Warren Lee, a scientist’s artist, whose work draws upon experiences ranging from such far-flung locales as Antarctica and the Hell Creek Formation in Montana. Renee Gasch looks at the ways in which agroforestry, an agricultural practice from the past, is emerging as a natural climate solution. Dig in to Booyah, John McCracken’s deep dive into this regional dish from the Green Bay region of the state. And read the timely third-place story from the 2021 fiction contest, more honorable mention poems, and reviews of four books by Wisconsin authors.