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- Wildlife WHEP Wisconsin 4-H
Wildlife and Forestry Opportunities! For more information about this and more go to the following web site:...
From: Dane County 4-H Youth Development
- FAMACHA Producer Workshop (Control of Internal Parasites in Sheep and Goats)
A workshop will be held in Arena, Wisconsin on Saturday, June 27, 2015 on Intensive Parasite Management and Grazing and Pasture Management for sheep and goat...
From: Lincoln County 4-H News
- 2015 USDA February Grant Writing Basics
The 2015 USDA February Grant Writing Basics webinar recording (webinar series 6) is now available at the following link-...
From: Community Food Systems Community of Practice
- 2014 Summer Camp
More then 80 youth attended our annual summer camp hosted at Upham Woods in Wisconsin Dells on August 20 - 23. Some of the fun activities they participated...
From: Wisconsin 4-H Military Kids
- 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
- April 29, 2015 Plan Commissioner Network meeting CANCELLED
CANCELLED! The Wednesday, April 29th Plan Commissioner Network meeting is cancelled. My apologies for the inconvenience. Fall meeting dates will be sent later...
From: Winnebago County Plan Commissioner Network
- International Seminar Pre-Trip - Preparation for Group XVI’s Seminar in Kazakhstan
We sat down with Executive Director Sarah Schlosser upon her return from the International Seminar Pre-Trip to Kazakhstan. She and co-chairs Gary Kirking and...
From: Leadership Wisconsin
- 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
- Superior Days 2015 Photos Now Online
Check out the Superior Days 2015 Photo Gallery for photos of the event.
From: Superior Days
- Resources for Community Initiatives
Study Highlights Key Factors for Improving Coalition Collaboration and Unification Using Data to Advance a Postsecondary Systems Change Agenda Theory of...
From: What Works Wisconsin - Effective Programs and Resources for Children, Youth and Families
- 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
- Wisconsin TMDL Guidance for Municipal Separate Storm Sewer (MS4) Permits
Tuesday, April 14, 2015
From: Natural Resources Webinars
- A Project to Turn Corpses Into Compost
From The New York Times, April 13, 2015 The body of the tiny 78-year-old woman, gray hair falling over stiffened shoulders, was brought to a hillside at...
From: Central Wisconsin Sustainability Newsletter
- Examples (All photos courtesy of Dan Chew)
From: Southeast Wisconsin Rain Garden Resources
- Bad River Watershed Videos
"Follow the Drop" through the Bad River Watershed. These student documentaries created at the 2013 Earth Partnership for Schools Institute under the guidance...
From: Environmental Outreach @ UW-Extension
- New Forecasting System for Fusarium Head Blight Now Available
Damon Smith, Extension Field Crops Pathologist, Department of Plant Pathology, University of Wisconsin-Madison Fusarium head blight (FHB or scab) was a very...
From: Wisconsin Field Crops Pathology
- Resource for Wisconsin's Meat Goat Producers
About the Network Since there is no formal meat goat producer association in Wisconsin, this website, email group and information serves way for farms...
From: Wisconsin Sheep and Goat Extension
- Evaluating Milking Performance: Liners
UW Milk Quality and the UW Milking Research and Instruction Laboratory bring you a new YouTube video series on evaluating milking performance. Throughout the...
From: Dairy Extension Resources
- Tools for Performing a Feed Inventory
The video "Tools for Performing a Feed Inventory" has been added to the FORAGE VIDEOS page. This video was done by UW-Extension Professor Emeritus Brian...
From: Team Forage
- Cocinen juntos. Coman juntos. Hablen juntos. Conviertan la hora de comer en la hora de la familia.
Se necesita un poco de esfuerzo para juntarlos a todos a la hora de comer. Pero vale la pena y toda la familia come mejor. Cómo tener comidas familiares...
From: $entido común alimenticio
- Cook together. Eat together. Talk together. Make mealtime a family time.
It takes a little work to bring everyone together for meals. But it’s worth it and the whole family eats better. How to make family meals happy Focus...
From: Food $ense
- Nutrition Education
Wisconsin StrongWomen Nutrition Mini Lessons: These were created by Angela Flickinger & Jenny Wehmeier. Reviewed by Nancy Kruegar. Download Wisconsin...
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
- Health Insurance
While the Affordable Care Act has increased the number of people who are insured, barriers to accessing health care remain. This may occur for a variety of...
From: Lincoln County Parenting Support Network
- Don’t be the “missing link”… stay connected!
Avoid gaps in communication with your tween. Track your teen’s activities. Whether it is an organized event or a social outing, knowing where they are, who...
- Applications of Financial Coaching
Financial coaching is an application of techniques emerging from research in positive and coaching psychology, as well as behavioral economics. Note prior...
From: Financial Education Lunchtime Learning Topic Brief
- Curriculum Supplements and Marketing
Marketing tools Below is a collection of marketing materials that have been used by state colleagues for marketing the RTC class to parents. [Please note:...
From: Raising a Thinking Child
- Dunn County Master Gardeners
Excerpt from the 2014 Annual Report featuring Dunn County.
From: UW-Extension Master Gardener Program
- MGV Class 2015
Congratulations Master Gardener Volunteer Interns! To download this picture, Right-Click and 'Save Image As' to your Desktop. Please find the presentations...
From: Master Gardener Volunteers
- Benefits of Becoming a Master Gardener Volunteer
There are many benefits to becoming a Master Gardener Volunteer. Check out 10 Benefits of Becoming a Master Gardener Volunteer for more...
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