Inside Wisconsin: Transforming Wisconsin's economy will help meet 21st century challenges
Posted Jul 12 2010 8:07pm
Wisconsin's economy has been made and remade over time. Nineteenth century wheat fields gave way to modern dairy farms and cranberry bogs; territorial lead mines and turn-of-the-century logging camps eventually bowed to world-class manufacturing. None of that happened without innovation and risk. Ingenious and often entrepreneurial people made bold decisions, in private and public settings, to keep Wisconsin prosperous in the face of changing markets and technologies.