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Seed to Kitchen Collaborative Open House

Monday, July 17th, 2017, 4 pm with program beginning at 6 pm Spooner Agricultural Research Station, W6646 Highway 70, Spooner, WI Free admission, RSVP appreciated but not required. Come for an interactive field day on organic vegetable variety trials and production!  Walk through ongoing trials and ask questions of fellow farmers about current issues, management […]

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Seed to Kitchen Collaborative Open House

Seed to Kitchen Collaborative Open House Monday, July 17th, 2017, 4 pm with program beginning at 6 pm Spooner Agricultural Research Station, W6646 Highway 70, Spooner, WI Free admission, RSVP appreciated but not required. Come for an interactive field day on organic vegetable variety trials and production!  Walk through ongoing trials and ask questions of […]

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JUNIOR CAMP 2017

Note: We have a waiting list for boys at this point but are still good for taking registrations for girls. Register: Jr Camp Registration Flyer 2017 PHOTO RELEASE 2017 Health Form 2017        4-H Youth Health Form PDF format Expectation Form 2017       Expectation Form 2017 PDF format Counselors Applications: Jr Camp counselor app letter 2017

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Douglas County Head of the Lakes Fair 2017

2017 Fair Registration and Information Letter Dear 4-H Organizational Leaders and 4-H Parents and 4-H Members: This is the “all important” letter that explains how 4-H members can register for the fair.  Please encourage your 4-Hers to exhibit at the Head of the Lakes Fair; it is an opportunity to show their project accomplishments.  It […]

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Identification Guide to Toxic Plants in Forages and Pastures Available

New UW-Extension identification guide to toxic plants in forages and pastures available Madison, Wis. – While most plants are safe for livestock to consume, a few plant species can sicken or even kill animals if ingested. Recognizing poisonous plants and knowing proper livestock management are important steps in minimizing the potential for poisoning according to […]

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2016 Annual Report

Our 2016 Annual Report is out.  You may download the PDF (link below), or stop by our office to pick-up a hardcopy in color.

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UW-Extension, Using Evidence Based Strategies Locally and Abroad

In May, I experienced my first international volunteer opportunity, something that many of my fellow UW-Extension educators have done when they can link the volunteer work to their academic work.  While I have traveled extensively on my own, this was the first time I volunteered on a trip.  This opportunity was presented by USAID grant […]

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Accessible Raised Bed Vegetable/Herb Garden Demonstration

Master Gardeners are offering a raised bed garden building and planting demonstration at Broadway Market Garden on Saturday, June 3rd at 12:00 pm.. The garden is located at the corner of Hammond Ave and Broadway in Superior. The public is encouraged to attend. “Raised beds are often a preferred method for developing vegetable gardens in […]

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Lake Superior Master Gardener Annual Plant Sale June 15, 2017

LSMGA will host their annual plant sale Perennials, annuals and other garden-related items This sale helps support community projects in the city/county with small grants. Time: 4-6 p.m. Date: Thursday, June 15, 2017 Fairlawn Mansion Museum 906 E 2nd St, Superior, WI 54880 To see flyer: 2017 Plant sale

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Photos Needed of Your Home or Community Garden

Show us your communities Garden!   UW Extension needs pictures of excellent examples of home and community gardens growing food!  There are some beauties throughout Douglas County.  If you are a Master Gardener you  will receive one hour of volunteer hours for every 3 pictures sent in! Send to : mailto:Cheryl.shockley@ces.uwex.eduor  jane.anklam@ces.uwex.edu. Along with photos please fill […]

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