Tips of the Month

These Air Quality Tips of the Month are written for local media, employers, and other organizations who’d like to use them in newsletters or other educational publications for area residents. They are free to use as long as Fond du Lac County UW-Extension is listed as the source. Contact me if you’d like the Word file.

  • The Costs of Driving August 11, 2014
      Every penny increase in gasoline prices costs Fond du Lac County drivers an estimated additional $12.02 per day. That might not sound like much, but that equates to about $438, 619 per year – and that’s just for each penny increase! A ten cent increase costs Fond du Lac County drivers $4,386,190. That’s $4 […]
  • Printable Air Quality Publication November 2, 2011
    “Fond du Lac County Action for Air Quality” is complete.  This publication describes all of the ways that air quality matters locally and includes notes about actions manufacturers and groups like the Asthma Coalition are taking to improve it.  If you would like hard copies of this publication, contact our office about how many you […]
  • Be Aware of Indoor Air February 8, 2011
    With the cold and snow, most of us are spending significant time indoors. Indoor air can be just as polluted as outdoor air. Individuals with asthma or allergies are particularly susceptible to certain triggers, although all people can be affected to some degree. The Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America recommends the following tips to […]

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