Patrick Robinson

Dr. Patrick Robinson began his UW-Extension academic career in 2000 and has held several academic and administrative roles, including serving as a multi-county Natural Resources Educator, Environmental Restoration Specialist, Lake Superior National Estuarine Research Reserve Acting Manager, Environmental Resource Center Specialist/Co-Director and Interim Director for the Community, Natural Resources and Economic Development Program Area.  In […]

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Jennifer Blazek

Jennifer Blazek has served as the Dane County UW-Extension Agriculture Educator since 2014. Her current appointment includes Dairy and Livestock Agent for Dane County, a Farm Human Resource Management Specialization for the Center for Dairy Profitability and is a member of the Civil Rights Leadership Team.  Prior to her Dane County appointment, Jennifer was the […]

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Sarah Mills-Lloyd

Dr. Sarah Mills-Lloyd has served as the Oconto County UW-Extension Agricultural and Livestock Agent since 2013. Oconto and Marinette counties have an agent specialization arrangement in which Sarah specializes in dairy and livestock production across both counties while the Marinette County Agent specializes in agronomy and horticulture in the same area. Sarah is well qualified […]

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Heidi Johnson

Dr. Heidi Johnson serves as the Crops and Soils Educator for UW-Extension in Dane County. Prior to this, she served as a general Agriculture Educator in Jefferson County from 2009-2013. In her role in Dane County, Heidi also served as the Executive Secretary for Farm Technology Days show that took place in Dane County in […]

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Sandy Stuttgen

Dr. Sandy Stuttgen has served as Agriculture Agent for Taylor County since 2007. Sandy’s programming has focused on dairy and beef nutrition, reproduction, facilities, bio-security and health. Taylor County has 967 farms – 463 are beef and dairy. Sandy has tailored her programming to meet the needs of beef and dairy farms.  Quality Assurance for […]

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Trisha Wagner

Collaborating with specialists and other educators, Trisha assessed the human resource management needs of agricultural producers and created and educational program, “Becoming the Employer of Choice” to address the deficiencies identified in the survey.  This program benefitted from her leadership and teaching in development and support using a module training approach. Based on evaluation results, […]

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Bill Halfman

Bill Halfman is an accomplished agricultural agent serving Monroe County since 1998. His work in beef production and agronomy have been recognized within Monroe County as well as throughout the state. Bill has been the driving force for the beef team as well as being highly active in the area of beef cattle production and […]

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Matt Lippert

Matt Lippert has provided programming to the residents of Wood County since 2003 as the UW-Extension Agriculture Agent.   He also provides programming across seven Central Wisconsin Counties as part of the Central Wisconsin Agriculture Specialization (CWAS) group as the lead Dairy and Cranberry production specialist.  He is also a member of the Dairy Team. The […]

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Katie Wantoch

Katie Wantoch has served as the Dunn County UW-Extension Agriculture Agent since July 2010. Katie’s primary programming efforts have focused on Farm and Financial Risk Management, and Agricultural Economic Development. Located in western Wisconsin, Dunn County is home to a diverse agricultural industry, contributing 3,890 jobs and $806 million dollars in economic activity (Deller, UW-Extension, […]

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Jerry Clark

Jerry Clark has served as Chippewa County’s UW-Extension Crops and Soils Educator since 1998. Jerry served as the Eau Claire and Chippewa Counties Agronomy Educator from 2009-2014. He currently has been appointed to Chippewa County alone. His programming efforts are with Manure and Nutrient Management, Forage Production and Commercial Apple Production. In Chippewa County, custom […]

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Trisha Wagner

Trisha Wagner has served as the Jackson County Agriculture Educator since 2008. Trisha’s primary areas of programming for the needs of her clientele are: farm risk management, soils and nutrient management and sustainable food systems. Trisha has been active in the nutrient management, dairy and FARM teams statewide and served in leadership roles for these […]

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Mark Hagedorn

Mark Hagedorn served as Brown County’s Agriculture Educator from 2006 to 2013 and is currently serving in the same capacity in Eau Claire County. During this time he has developed programs focusing in areas of: dairy modernization and management, dairy crop management, and strategies for improved rural/urban agricultural awareness. When Mark arrived in Brown County […]

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Aerica Bjurstrom

Aerica began her UW-Extension career in January 2007 as Dairy and Livestock Agent for both Kewaunee and Door County. Kewaunee County agriculture generates approximately $490 million dollars annually, and has experienced a growing dairy industry in the past decade. Both Kewaunee and Door Counties also have a number of farms that raise livestock other than […]

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