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Staying safe on the farm

Farming is one of the most dangerous industries according to the Centers for Disease Control Cheryl Skjolaas provides tips for staying safe on the farm.


Wisconsin Master Naturalists: Volunteer stewards impacting communities

The Wisconsin Master Naturalist program is a boon for environmental education and stewardship in Wisconsin. Since 2013, Wisconsin Master Naturalist volunteers have provided $1.2 million worth of value to the state through more than 55,000 volunteer hours. This public service reached 163,993 individuals throughout 51 host organizations. Over 200 new volunteers will be trained in 2018, bringing the total to 863 volunteers statewide and 100 trained instructors. The program has representation in 66 of Wisconsin’s 72 counties.