While in La Crosse, Wisconsin I had the honor and pleasure of interviewing Ken Lubinski who is a river ecologist at the USGS Upper Midwest Environmental Sciences Center in La Crosse. His mix of scientific curiosity and passion for the river were inspiring and touching.
Here he talks about a moving experience he had on the river in the depths of winter.
The long form of this interview will be part of the Secret History archive.
Suggested resources from Dr. Lubinski:
Here is an unusual panoramic portrait of the shantyboat from inside.
Thanks to the talented photographer espressobuzz. See more of his work here.
Or viewed another way, this same panoramic photo in a 360 degree viewer allows you to turn around within it.
In case you haven’t already seen it, I worked with the talented Lauren Kaley Kincaid-Filbey to create a preview of the Secret History project.
With help from Kai Dalgleish and Faith Audens, we spent a day talking to and filming people around the Sacramento River Delta towns of Rio Vista, Isleton, Walnut Grove, and Locke.
Espressobuzz took a 360 degree panoramic photo of the Shantyboat while we were at Burning Man. Here you can interactively explore the shantyboat.