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- “Buy Wisconsin First” Swine Directory Available
The Wisconsin Pork Association would like to announce the “2015 Buy Wisconsin First” Directory is now available on-line. Additionally, the directory will be...
From: Fond du Lac County Meat Animal Project
- Looking for old refrigerator magnets....
Is your refrigerator covered with advertising magnets that may not be as useful as they once were? The Ambassadors are collecting any unwanted, flat...
From: Waushara County 4-H
- 4-H Dairy Management Contest Results
The results for the 2015 4-H Dairy Management Contest have been tabulated! This contest took place on Saturday February 7th in Portage along with the...
From: Wisconsin Dairy Youth
- Youth Activism as a Context for Learning and Development
This introduction to the special issue of the American Behavioral Scientist: Youth Activism as a Context for Learning and Development by Ben Kirshner, UC...
From: Youth-Adult Partnership for Youth and Civic Empowerment
- WI DATCP Local Food Business Seminar "Selling Through a Distributor"
The 2014-2015 next Local Food Business Seminar series is "Selling through a Distributor." Registration is open now. Classes cost between $10 and $15 each....
From: Food Business Innovation Network
- Ag & Apps: Using Technology in Agriculture
Chippewa County UWEX Agronomy Educator Jerry Clark is instrumental in infusing technology with his constituent base in Chippewa County, teaching farmers the...
From: Broadband Education in Marathon County
- A Profile in Wisconsin's Small Town Downtowns
Downtown districts in Wisconsin’s small cities and villages have significantly different demographic and economic characteristics from those in larger...
From: Downtown Economics
- Ohio Example Studies
Pickaway Retail Market Analysis
From: Downtown Market Analysis
- Local Government Essentials WisLine Teleconferences Start March 2015
Some local government duties are a "must". They must be done each year, they must be done on time, accroding to statute and must be done correctly and/or...
From: Local Call
- Zoning Code Enforcement - February 2015
Zoning Code Enforcement - February 2015 Discussion outline Zoning Permitting Process chart (pdf) - click Here T. Menasha Zone Code enforcement, Article...
From: Winnebago County Plan Commissioner Network
- Leadership, Collaboration, and Discussion
James L. Schneider, Manager of WI Public Discussions, Interactivity Foundation & Pete Shively, Fellow & Project Manager, Interactivity Foundation...
From: Leadership Wisconsin
- 2015 Class Information / Schedule
All classes are held the last Wednesday of the month and will run for six months. Each class is held at a different location throughout Grant, Iowa and...
From: Community Leadership Alliance (CLA)
- Photo & Copyright Resources
Sometimes it is difficult to find just the right photo to convey information and/or mood. Searching the web using Google might give you great images, but are...
From: Technology Teaching Tips and Tools
- So papa, how do you like the iPad we got you?
You don't need to understand the language to understand the video. An iPad is very versatile...but perhaps not this versatile.
From: Mobile Tech 101 and Beyond
- International Activities Resource Center
Welcome to the University of Wisconsin - Extension Cooperative Extension International Activities Resource Center When people from different cultures and...
From: International Activities Resource Center
- Working Lands and Wildlife Featured at Festival
From Golden Sands RC&D, March 2015 Can farmland be a haven for wildlife? It can if the land is well-managed pasture and the wildlife in question thrives...
From: Central Wisconsin Sustainability Newsletter
- Consider the source: public perception of bioenergy and land use change
Does the feedstock affect how people evaluate bioenergy? Bioenergy has been viewed as a positive development in terms of energy independence and mitigating...
From: (Not) Counting Trees
- Sheboygan River AOC programs begin in March!
Spring is right around the corner and we are looking for volunteers (you!) to help monitor restoration results! Join in these fun and interesting activities!...
From: Wisconsin's Great Lakes Areas of Concern
- 2015 Fox River Summit
Third Annual Fox River Summit Celebrating Successes & Addressing Shared Challenges Register today: http://www.sewfrc.org/summit Advanced...
From: Southeast Fox River Partnership
- February 2015 Dairy Situation & Outlook
Professor Bob Cropp’s February 2015 Dairy Situation & Outlook full report is now available for download from UW Understanding Dairy Markets. For more...
From: Dairy Extension Resources
- National Survey on Cover Crops Seeks Farmer Participation
Farmers are invited to share their thoughts on cover crops - whether or not they use cover crops themselves - in a national survey, now in its third year of...
From: Wisconsin Sustainable Agriculture
- Access USDA's Lamb Dashboard
Keep up with the latest marketing trends and information for your flock by accessing the USDA Lamb Dashboard information below:...
From: Wisconsin Sheep and Goat Extension
- Midwest School for Beginning Grape Growers March 29-31
The University of Wisconsin Center for Integrated Agricultural Systems (CIAS), Wisconsin Grape Growers Association and the IPM Institute of North America are...
From: Community Food Systems
- Banana Bread
Have some overripe bananas? Try this recipe to use them up!
From: Food $ense
- Cómo enseñarles a los niños sobre el dinero
Los niños deben aprender sobre el dinero cuando están todavía pequeños, independientemente del ingreso del hogar. Estos son algunos consejos para enseñarles...
From: $entido común alimenticio
- Nutrition Education
Nutrition education handouts WI developed 10-minute mini-sessions
From: StrongWomen™ Wisconsin
- Safe & Healthy: Apple Cider
When fall arrives, many of us look forward to enjoying fresh juice and apple cider. While most people think of juices as healthy foods, juice and cider could...
From: Safe and Healthy: Preserving Food at Home
- Amazing Me—It’s Busy Being 3!
This AMAZING children’s book for ages 2-4 shows parents what to look for as their child grows and develops. Children love the story of Joey the kangaroo and...
From: Lincoln County Parenting Support Network
- Save & Spend
By Donna Doll-Yogerst, Family Living Educator Talking about and practicing saving and spending helps children learn money skills, math, and counting. Adults...
From: Parenting The Preschooler
- Remember how it felt when your voice was changing? ROFL!!!
Your teen is changing! They have hair in places you used to change, their voice is cracking, they have pimples…you probably remember going through these same...
- ACA and 2014 Tax Filing
Interested in how this year's taxes are impacted by the Affordable Care Act? Listen to the archived February, 2014 Conversation with Caroline Gomez on The...
From: Affordable Care Act
- Expert's Tip: Seed Starting
Dr. Patti Nagai, Racine County UW-Extension Horticulture Educator, provides tips on getting seeds started successfully.
From: UW-Extension Master Gardener Program
- March Master Gardener Update
Spring ahead by improving your gardening know-how with continuing education opportunities available this month in the March Master Gardener Update. March...
From: Master Gardener Volunteers
- Updated USDA Plant Hardiness Zones
The USDA recently updated the plant hardiness zones. View the interactive (zoomable) USDA Plant Hardiness Zones Map. Please note that the Captcha security...
From: Marquette County Thyme Shares
- SouthEast Wisconsin Master Gardeners Milwaukee and Waukesha Counties
Who is a Master Gardener? Anyone who is interested in learning more about nurturing plants and sharing that knowledge with others is a good candidate to...
From: SouthEast Wisconsin Master Gardeners