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- 2015 Lincoln County Meat Animal Quality Assurance Training
Beef, Sheep and Swine project members should plan to attend this year's Meat Animal Quality Assurance training on Monday, April 20th from 6 - 8:30 p.m. at the...
From: Lincoln County 4-H News
- UW-Madison Saddle & Sirloin Badger Bonanza Lamb Show
Mark your calendar for this year’s Badger Bonanza Lamb Show on Sunday, May 3, 2015! This event will again be a double-header show that will take place at the...
From: Adams County 4-H Youth Development
- 2015 Shoot Results
[column-one-third]March 6-7, 2015[/column-one-third] [column-one-third]5th Annual Winter...
From: Wisconsin 4-H Shooting Sports
- Nasco Showing and Grooming Demonstrations
Nasco Showing and Grooming Demonstrations Nasco will be presenting their 29th annual Showing & Grooming Demonstrations on May 9, 2015. Experienced showmen...
From: Dane County 4-H Youth Development
- Downtown Storefront Improvements: Analyzing Return on Investment
Do downtown storefront improvement projects provide an adequate return to the property owners, outside investors, or public funding entities? If so, what are...
From: Downtown Economics
- 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
- Ohio Example Studies
Pickaway Retail Market Analysis
From: Downtown Market Analysis
- Brian Ohm Updates Land Use & Zoning Legislation and Judicial Decisions
Next Local Land Use and Zoning WisLine is Wednesday, April 8, 2015, 10:30 am to 12:00 noon. Prof. Brain Ohm presents a program reviewing the latest Wisconsin...
From: Local Call
- Reminder to register for leadership program!
Reminder to register for the Leadership program on March 31, 2015. Please click the link for details and registration information....
From: Winnebago County Plan Commissioner Network
- Superior Days 2015 Photos Now Online
Check out the Superior Days 2015 Photo Gallery for photos of the event.
From: Superior Days
- Signature Program
LEADERSHIP WISCONSIN’S Signature Program is designed for individuals who have demonstrated themselves as leaders in their organization and/or community and...
From: Leadership Wisconsin
- 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
- Green Chemistry for Academic Labs webinars
The University of Washington Dept of Environmental and Occupational Health Sciences (DEOHS) is sponsoring two webinars on the "greening" of their laboratories...
From: Solid & Hazardous Waste Education Center News
- Common Pesticides Linked to Antibiotic Resistance
From The Guardian, March 24, 2015 Antibiotics and herbicides, as it turns out, don’t mix. At least that’s the conclusion of a study published today in mBio,...
From: Central Wisconsin Sustainability Newsletter
- Phosphorus Compliance Strategies, Part 3: EVAAL Model Overview
Wednesday, March 18 • 11am-12pm Part 3: EVAAL Model Overview
From: Natural Resources Webinars
- Wisconsin Logging Sector: Status & Future Direction (new pub)
Loggers play an essential role in forestry and local economies. They are also important forest stewards that shape the forest for today and tomorrow. This...
From: (Not) Counting Trees
- UW-School of Veterinary Medicine’s Freestall Assessor
The Freestall Assessor app was developed at the UW-School of Veterinary Medicine which uses a graphical interface to aid in the evaluation of a dairy’s...
From: Dairy Extension Resources
- A TIME FOR EVERYTHING: MY TIME TO SAY THANK YOU
Life doesn’t always happen in the order that you would like it or even expect it to. A short three weeks ago retirement from UW-Extension was the last thing...
From: Around the Corn
- USDA Announces $97 Million Available to Expand Access to Healthy Food, Support Rural Economies
Grants Will Support Local Food Systems, Specialty Crop Producers and Farm to School Efforts WICHITA, Kan., March 16, 2015 - In a speech at the National...
From: Community Food Systems
- Cattle Feedlot Design & Management Options Meeting Proceedings
If you missed coming to the Portage County Cattle Feedlot Design & Management Options Meeting, or missed something on a slide, you can check out the...
From: Central Wisconsin Agriculture Specialization
- Seamos entendidos en los cupones
El uso de cupones es una manera simple de ahorrar dinero en el presupuesto alimenticio. Generalmente los cupones se encuentran en revistas, supermercados y...
From: $entido común alimenticio
- Coupon Savvy
Using coupons are one simple way to save money on your food budget
From: Food $ense
- 2015 Meat Curing School
On January 14-16, the Master Meat Crafter training participants gathered at the University of Wisconsin to attend the Meat Curing School where they learned...
From: Meat Science Extension
- January Harvest of the Month - Squash
Check out the January Harvest of the Month, and learn more about Winter Squash!
From: Rock County Farm to School
- Handle eggs safely for spring celebrations
This time of year, many celebrations wouldn’t be complete without eggs—as decorations, as appetizers, in making seasonal baked goods, or as part of a healthy...
From: Lincoln County Parenting Support Network
- But my friends dress like this!
In the quest for independence, teens push to be more like their peers and less like their parents. And in today’s digital world, teens have “peer” examples...
- Retirement and Estate Planning Basics
As the Baby Boom ages, there are increasing demands on educators to help people prepare for retirement. It is important that the foundation of this...
From: Financial Education Lunchtime Learning Topic Brief
- 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
- MG Sharing: Refocusing an Association
Dodge County Master Gardener Volunteers took some time to "renovate" their volunteer projects, as one would need to renovate a garden on occassion.
From: UW-Extension Master Gardener Program
- 2013-2014 Projects
Project Reports for 2013-2014 (Currently being updated) First Congregational UCC Church (Watertown) Plant Health Advisors (Jefferson UWEX Office, Jefferson)...
From: Master Gardener Volunteers
Certified Master Gardener Volunteers are those who have completed Level 1 Training and complete a minimum of 24 hours of volunteer service and 10 hours of...
From: Master Gardener Volunteers
- 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