Wisconsin Public Radio: New book 'Winter's Children' details skiing tradition

The story of Nordic skiing in the Midwest—its origins and history, its star athletes and races, and its place in the region’s social fabric and the nation’s winter recreationWisconsin and Minnesota have a storied tradition in cross-country skiing. From the Berkie to the Strand Ski Company in New Richland. We talk with the author of a new book, “Winter’s Children,” about the origins of Nordic skiing and how it flourished in America.

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