An Urban Wilderness in Milwaukee: Thinking Like a Watershed

Eddee Daniel explores an unfamiliar truth: not only is nature present in the city, but also the city is inseparable from nature. What he has found in the Menomonee River watershed in the Milwaukee metropolitan region of Wisconsin is something that Daniel says can exist in every American town and city, something with universal implications, something intangible, even paradoxical: an urban wilderness. Photos by Eddee Daniel,
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