Are you getting ready for another season of caring for your lawn, landscape, and garden plants? The pests are getting ready, too! Join UW-Madison Extension Horticulture for this FREE Insect Update and Outlook webinar to kick-off the 2023 growing season. Extension Entomologist, Dr. PJ Liesch, will provide an overview of the UW Insect Diagnostic Lab, […]
Join us for the next set of FREE webinars to learn about The Good, the Bad and the Earthy! These engaging webinars are each followed by Q&A. Registration is required for each webinar…. attend only one or all three! This series is open to the public. All webinars will be recorded. Go to https://bit.ly/3J2Bbk6 to […]
Cultivating Your Farm’s Future To help Wisconsin farm families/businesses start their succession planning process, UW-Madison Division of Extension’s Farm Management Program has developed an interactive program, Cultivating Your Farm’s Future. This program will provide tools and resources for producers who want to begin the succession planning process. The program will explore the three step process of […]
Discussion topics include Employee Retention and Onboarding with Madison Extension Farm Management Outreach Specialist Jim Versweyveld. This event will be held Tuesday, December 20 at the Hedberg Public Library Community Room from 6-7:30pm. Don’t miss this great opportunity to meet our Rock County Regional Crops Educator Jordan Schuler and Regional Dairy Educator Alison Pfau. Please […]
Most of us have heard of Pride Month. Did you know that October is LGBTQ+ History month?! The Department of Instruction cites “Wisconsin’s LGBTQ students reported higher rates of depression and suicidal thoughts than their peers” according to the Youth Behavior Risk Survey. Belonging is a key aspect of 4-H. We are grateful for our […]
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