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May 2015

Thank you and farewell — for now

You might not realize it, but 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 Southeast Wisconsin’s focus where it should be: on living a healthier, better life. You are an inspiration.

That’s what makes this announcement especially tough: This is the last issue of Nature’s Pathways Southeast Wisconsin. As you might know, Nature’s Pathways publishes two additional magazines — in South Central Wisconsin and Northeast Wisconsin. Due to several factors outside our control and despite our best efforts, we simply cannot support three 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 South Central and Northeast Wisconsin print magazines. And while we’ll miss you dearly, we hope it’s not for too long. We plan to return to Southeast Wisconsin as soon as possible.

In the meantime, thank you for letting us serve you and the amazing community you’ve helped create.

Your Nature’s Pathways Team

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