Real Colors ® facilitation available in Douglas County

Are you looking to bring Real Colors ® to your organization? UW-Extension Douglas County is able to facilitate What is Your Color? training, as well as follow-up team building training (Real Teams, Real Solutions, and Real Applications). Real Colors workshops run 3-4 hours, and generally work best with at least 10-people in attendance. Learn more about […]

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First Steps to Starting a Business Workshops / Bootcamps

These workshops will be held on a regular basis for the purpose of helping people interested in starting a business understand the basics. A special workshop is available for people interested in starting food production businesses. First Steps to Starting a Value-Added Food Business: (Register Here) Learn about Arlene Coco, the instructor for this session. Monday, November […]

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Session Materials: Learn How to Be Secure Online During Cyber Security Awareness Month

Session Resources: Cyber Security Month – Oct2018 – PPT Handout BasicTipsAndAdviceSTC PrivacyTips_Public_Computers_Wireless_Networks Information discussed: Credit Freeze Request Your Free Annual Credit Report Credit Report Info, and Addresses for Three Major Credit Reporting Agencies Stop. Think. Connect. Resources UW-Extension is offering a workshop to help people be more secure online and help to avoid identity theft, […]

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Great Space Superior, a holiday pop-up

  Visit Great Space Superior on Facebook. UW-Extension Douglas County is excited to be a partner in this project that we have been working on for a couple of months with the area economic development community. We are excited to announce Great Space Superior, a holiday pop-up market. This is a great opportunity for makers, […]

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Husky Listening Session – Full Report (Release 1)

UW-Extension Douglas County and The Reserve (National Estuarine Research Reserve) would like to thank everyone who participated in the May 14 community listening session. We have done our best to capture citizen comments, concerns, and outstanding questions as presented. We have then sorted, and in some cases re-classified (from one question to another) or duplicated some […]

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Training Entrepreneurs in Bangladesh

In April, I had the privilege to be invited to return to Bangladesh to continue work I started in the spring of 2017. In May 2017, I visited Bangladesh on an USAID Farmer-to-Farmer trip to consult with the Department of Youth Development on an entrepreneurship curriculum. This year, I returned to help them implement this […]

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Douglas County Continuity of Operations Planning

UW-Extension has been offering project management and educational services to Douglas County as it updates departmental and county-wide continuity of operations plans (COOP). UW-Extension facilitated a two-part workshop series that provided an active learning environment for departments to learn about the COOP planning process, and begin drafting their departmental plans. Below are the documents used […]

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Understanding Your Property Tax Bill

Do You Understand Your Tax Bill? If you haven’t received your tax bill yet, you will be soon.  Do you understand all of those numbers contained within your bill?  Download this Guide to Understanding Your Wisconsin Tax Bill to help you understand how to read your tax bill. UPDATE: Graphic of bill updated with a […]

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WEDC Export Financial Assistance Roadshow, Materials

On October 20th, Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation (WEDC) and other partners visited Superior, WI to share information about technical assistance and financial assistance available for companies looking to start or grow export markets. The Materials from the Roadshow Krueger Lumber, Exporting Case Study WEDC and Partners PowerPoint WEDC PPT on SlideShare DATCP, Exporting for Agri […]

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Superior Entrepreneurs On Tap: UW-Stout Center for Innovation

UW-Stout Center for Innovation Discusses New Product Development at Superior Entrepreneurs On Tap Learn about ways to develop a prototype, find manufacturing resources, improve the “look and feel” through class projects, redesign to save on costs, target a specific market, find a co-manufacturer and more. Expertise and feedback from experienced professionals from the Center for […]

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