Wisconsin has had human inhabitants since ancient times, as evidenced by the remains of both prehistoric mastodon skeletons and ancient spear tips found here. You can learn more about primitive life in Wisconsin at the Chippewa Moraine State Recreation Area’s Ice Age Interpretive Center, where interactive exhibits enlighten visitors about the cultural, geologic and natural history of the area and trails throughout the park enable you to view wildlife and native plants. In these modern times, Wisconsin strives to maintain its natural heritage by integrating green technologies in its urban sectors. Environmentally concerned travelers will appreciate Wisconsin’s heritage of environmental stewardship as exemplified by its Travel Green Wisconsin program, which acknowledges businesses that utilize environmentally sustainable practices. Those who value beautiful architecture will enjoy a trip to Taleisin, the signature estate created by Frank Lloyd Wright in southeastern Wisconsin. Wisconsin’s other attractions include casinos, sports facilities, science centers, zoos and amusements parks. Outdoor activities like bird watching, fishing and adventure sports abound in Wisconsin’s wilderness areas. In Madison, UW Health has been named one of the top employers for working parents for five straight years by Working Mother magazine.