Edgewood’s lost springs


We talk to Edgewood College biology professor Jim Lorman about two Edgewood springs: one was rediscovered, and one reappeared. Even surrounded by city, many Lake Wingra springs still flow. Lake Wingra, we learn, is still surprisingly wild.

To learn more from the podcast, see:

  • Friends of Lake Wingra
  • Cadwallader Washburn, Wisconsin governor (1867-1871) and namesake of Governor’s trout pond
  • The hydrography, fish, and turtle population of Lake Wingra by Wayland Noland
  • One Response to “Edgewood’s lost springs”

    1. Story of the Reappearance of a Lost Edgewood College Spring | WingraSprings Says:

      […] tale was captured by Unseen Madison, the local oral environmental and cultural history project. Click here to listen to Jim describe his […]

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