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Meat Judging Resource

All, Feel free in utilizing a new resource we created to prepare youth for meats judging, especially around retail identification.  Pictures from the 4-H meats judging contests in 2016 were put together into a Utube video for youth to prepare. The video can be found here: http://fyi.uwex.edu/youthlivestock/2017/01/04/retail-meat-id-resource-video-available/ Reminder:  If you put your email address into […]


UW-Extension, Douglas County Newsletter – January 2017

  Check out the UW-Extension, Douglas County Newsletter for January! Some highlights: – Interested in volunteering? 4-H has a spot for you! – Who doesn’t love to sample food! Highlights from 3rd Grade – Real Colors training from our Family Living Educator – Help us tell our story by sharing yours! Tap Into It!  


Tap Into It

How do you tap into UW-Extension? Help us tell our story by sharing yours UW-Extension wants to hear from you! Tap Into It, is collecting stories and feedback from clients, volunteers, friends and partners like you. We will use your input, stories and testimonials to share the value of our work, to help us tell […]


Sign up for health coverage before January 31st!

Did you know: By law, you must have insurance or you will likely pay a fee. Each person in your family may qualify for a different option. If you are under 26, you have the option to remain on your parent’s plan from their job or the Marketplace. Check out the ‘Options for you and […]


Understanding Your Property Tax Bill

  Do you need help understanding your property tax bill?  Download this one-page guide (PDF), which will show you how to interpret the information. This guide will help you understand: Land value vs. improvements value Total assessed value Average assessment ratio Estimated fair market value Taxing jurisdictions that are included on your bill Net assessed value […]


Welcome to the New Douglas County Master Gardener Volunteers

After a rigorous, hands-on training the Douglas County Master Gardener trainees have completed their training and are planning their projects.  Many thanks to Jane Anklam, Agriculture/Horticulture educator from UW-Extension, Douglas County who led the group through gardening practices, actual pest and disease problems, what questions to ask and how to organize a project – plus […]