2018 Strong Bodies ~Starts December 5th

Join Us for a free exercise class starting December 5th running every Wednesday & Friday 10:30-11:30 a.m. in the Government Center Room 270. Increase your strength, balance, flexibility, bone density and ability to do activities of daily life. Prevent and control chronic disease, manage stress, improve your mood, attitude and sleep quality. For more information call […]

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2018 Building a Better Snack with Healthy Foods

2018 Build a better snack with healthy foods – English (002) Snacks can help you meet your daily nutrient needs. They can keep your energy high throughout the day. Try a snack from each of the food groups! View our tip sheet for more information! 2018 Build a better snack with healthy foods – English (002) […]

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Recovering Produce from Flooded Fields and Gardens Resources

Resources are available to help growers and consumers with assessing whether or not they can recover produce from flooded fields and gardens: Food Safety for Flooded Farms https://fyi.uwex.edu/safepreserving/2018/08/31/food-safety-for-flooded-farms/ Guidelines for Consuming Late Season Produce Exposed to Floodwater (for consumers) https://fyi.uwex.edu/safepreserving/2018/08/30/guidelines-for-consuming-late-season-produce-exposed-to-floodwater/  

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Updated Dates: 7 Smart Strategies for 50+ Jobseekers

UW-Extension and the Northwest Wisconsin Workforce Investment Board are partnering to bring AARP Foundation educational programming to the area. UW-Extension in Douglas County is facilitating 7 Smart Strategies for 50+ Jobseekers throughout the county. In July and August the first sessions were held in Solon Spring at the Community Center, and in Superior at the […]

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Recovering Flooded Forages and Food Safety Resources for Flooded areas

Recovering Flooded Forages (pdf version available) Source: Team Forages, Prepared by Dan Undersander, Professor Emeritus Recovering Flooded Forages Assessing Flood Damage to Soybean (pdf version available) Source: Shawn Conley, UW Soybean Specialist Please click to view information on: Assessing Flood Damage to Soybean Safely Using Flooded Produce (pdf version available) Source: Wisconsin Horticulture: Prepared by […]

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Husky Fire – Listening Session, Draft Report

The first part of the draft report of citizen comments and questions collected at the May 14 community listening session is now posted. The second half of the report with themed and grouped comments will follow, following an internal review and editing. Download the draft report in PDF format by clicking the link below. Husky […]

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Pink Eye of Potato

pink eye potato disease photo is pink eye? Pink eye is a disorder of potato tubers that can cause costly storage losses for potato growers and can reduce tuber quality to the point where tubers will be rejected by potato processors. Pink eye not only directly affects tubers, but also makes tubers more susceptible to […]

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UW-Madison Saddle & Sirloin Badger Bonanza Lamb Show ~ April 29, 2018

UW-Madison Saddle & Sirloin Badger Bonanza Lamb Show Mark your calendar for this year’s Badger Bonanza Lamb Show on Sunday, April 29, 2018! This event will again be a double-header show that will take place at the Arlington Public Events Center (N695 Hopkins Rd., Arlington, WI 53911). UW-Madison Saddle & Sirloin Club annually hosts the […]

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