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September 2016

September 2016

Thank you and farewell — for now

You have had an incredible impact on our lives here at Nature’s Pathways. By reading the magazine and sharing your knowledge with others, you’ve helped put South Central Wisconsin’s focus where it should be: on living healthy, happy lives. You inspire us!

That’s what makes this announcement especially tough. This September issue of Nature’s Pathways is our last in South Central Wisconsin. We currently publish an additional magazine in Northeast Wisconsin, and plan to continue to focus on and help it to thrive. Due to several factors outside of our control and despite our best efforts, we simply cannot support two magazines at this time. And while we hope to return to you in the future, we must bid you farewell for now.

Rest assured, you’ll still be able to find great articles, features and advice at www.NaturesPathways.com and in our Northeast Wisconsin print magazine. Also be sure to see what we’re up to via our social media platforms: www.Facebook.com/NaturesPathways and www.Instagram.com/NaturesPathways. We’d love to connect with you there!

Thank you for letting us serve you and the amazing community you’ve helped create.

The Nature’s Pathways Team

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