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  • Food Safety Modernization Act – News from Cooperative Extension
    Point on March 18 to help growers create individualized food safety plans and navigate the new federal regulations mandated by the Food Safety Modernization Act Read More Subscribe to receive news updates Leave Blank Don t Change Your email Categories 4H and Youth Development 4H and Youth Development Podcasts Ag Podcasts Agriculture CNRED Podcasts Community Natural Resources and Economic Development EP Food Safety EP Resilient Environment EP Stronger Economy EP Thriving Communities Family Living Family Living Podcasts featured Uncategorized Links Disaster Recovery Handbook and Quick Response Guide Extension in the News Do You Use Well Water An Introduction To Testing February 12 2016 Outdoor recreation draws people to Ironwood area January 27 2016 How Wisconsin Well Owners Can Act As Their Own Utility Managers January 26 2016 Modeling Effects Of Extreme Rain Over Madison January 6 2016 EXTending a hand in Dunn County December 26 2015 University of Wisconsin Extension An EEO AA employer University of Wisconsin Extension provides equal opportunities in employment and programming including Title IX and Americans with Disabilities ADA requirements Connect with Us University of Wisconsin Extension Cooperative Extension Home We teach learn lead and serve connecting people with the University of Wisconsin and engaging with

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  • vegetable farmers – News from Cooperative Extension
    on March 18 to help growers create individualized food safety plans and navigate the new federal regulations mandated by the Food Safety Modernization Act Read More Subscribe to receive news updates Leave Blank Don t Change Your email Categories 4H and Youth Development 4H and Youth Development Podcasts Ag Podcasts Agriculture CNRED Podcasts Community Natural Resources and Economic Development EP Food Safety EP Resilient Environment EP Stronger Economy EP Thriving Communities Family Living Family Living Podcasts featured Uncategorized Links Disaster Recovery Handbook and Quick Response Guide Extension in the News Do You Use Well Water An Introduction To Testing February 12 2016 Outdoor recreation draws people to Ironwood area January 27 2016 How Wisconsin Well Owners Can Act As Their Own Utility Managers January 26 2016 Modeling Effects Of Extreme Rain Over Madison January 6 2016 EXTending a hand in Dunn County December 26 2015 University of Wisconsin Extension An EEO AA employer University of Wisconsin Extension provides equal opportunities in employment and programming including Title IX and Americans with Disabilities ADA requirements Connect with Us University of Wisconsin Extension Cooperative Extension Home We teach learn lead and serve connecting people with the University of Wisconsin and engaging with them

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  • food systems – News from Cooperative Extension
    Your email Categories 4H and Youth Development 4H and Youth Development Podcasts Ag Podcasts Agriculture CNRED Podcasts Community Natural Resources and Economic Development EP Food Safety EP Resilient Environment EP Stronger Economy EP Thriving Communities Family Living Family Living Podcasts featured Uncategorized Links Disaster Recovery Handbook and Quick Response Guide Extension in the News Do You Use Well Water An Introduction To Testing February 12 2016 Outdoor recreation draws people to Ironwood area January 27 2016 How Wisconsin Well Owners Can Act As Their Own Utility Managers January 26 2016 Modeling Effects Of Extreme Rain Over Madison January 6 2016 EXTending a hand in Dunn County December 26 2015 University of Wisconsin Extension An EEO AA employer University of Wisconsin Extension provides equal opportunities in employment and programming including Title IX and Americans with Disabilities ADA requirements Connect with Us University of Wisconsin Extension Cooperative Extension Home We teach learn lead and serve connecting people with the University of Wisconsin and engaging with them in transforming lives and communities Explore Extension The Learning Store Publications for your life organizations and communities For Your Information 4 H and Youth Business and Economic Development Community and Government Educational Resources Environment and Natural

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  • wholesale markets – News from Cooperative Extension
    Your email Categories 4H and Youth Development 4H and Youth Development Podcasts Ag Podcasts Agriculture CNRED Podcasts Community Natural Resources and Economic Development EP Food Safety EP Resilient Environment EP Stronger Economy EP Thriving Communities Family Living Family Living Podcasts featured Uncategorized Links Disaster Recovery Handbook and Quick Response Guide Extension in the News Do You Use Well Water An Introduction To Testing February 12 2016 Outdoor recreation draws people to Ironwood area January 27 2016 How Wisconsin Well Owners Can Act As Their Own Utility Managers January 26 2016 Modeling Effects Of Extreme Rain Over Madison January 6 2016 EXTending a hand in Dunn County December 26 2015 University of Wisconsin Extension An EEO AA employer University of Wisconsin Extension provides equal opportunities in employment and programming including Title IX and Americans with Disabilities ADA requirements Connect with Us University of Wisconsin Extension Cooperative Extension Home We teach learn lead and serve connecting people with the University of Wisconsin and engaging with them in transforming lives and communities Explore Extension The Learning Store Publications for your life organizations and communities For Your Information 4 H and Youth Business and Economic Development Community and Government Educational Resources Environment and Natural

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  • News from Cooperative Extension – Page 3 – University of Wisconsin-Extension
    will be rolled out at a public meeting in Fitchburg on Jan 19 Read More 2016 Wisconsin farm input cost outlook Bruce Jones talks about what 2016 has in store for the agricultural economy Read More 2015 Wisconsin farm income review Bruce Jones reviews Wisconsin s farm income for 2015 This is the first audio in a series produced in concert with the Wisconsin Agricultural Outlook Forum Thursday Jan 21 on the UW Madison campus Read More Corn sets yield records in Wisconsin Joe Lauer talks about corn yield records and gives some advice to farmers for choosing hybrids for next year Read More Parents teens often changing in opposite ways during adolescent years Most people know the teen years are a turbulent time for adolescents but many might be surprised to know that mid life parents are also undergoing significant changes Read More Tips to eat well and enjoy the holidays If you re trying to maintain a healthy weight navigating the sometimes calorie laden holiday season can be challenging Read More Free wood burning feasibility analysis Scott Sanford discusses how to determine if switching to wood energy is practical for your home or business Read More Post navigation Older Entries Newer Entries Subscribe to receive news updates Leave Blank Don t Change Your email Categories 4H and Youth Development 4H and Youth Development Podcasts Ag Podcasts Agriculture CNRED Podcasts Community Natural Resources and Economic Development EP Food Safety EP Resilient Environment EP Stronger Economy EP Thriving Communities Family Living Family Living Podcasts featured Uncategorized Links Disaster Recovery Handbook and Quick Response Guide Extension in the News Do You Use Well Water An Introduction To Testing February 12 2016 Outdoor recreation draws people to Ironwood area January 27 2016 How Wisconsin Well Owners Can Act As Their Own Utility

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  • Extension in the News – Page 3 – A selection of media coverage about Coopertive Extension and its people.
    Extension website WXPR Local Public Radio Read More Caregivers Quietly making life better The Brown County Caregiver Coalition is a group of individuals area businesses and agencies that recognize the need to provide caregiver support They do this through education for caregivers and the general public connecting people to resources and in looking for creative ways to support caregivers in our community Coalition members are Aging Disability Resource Center of Brown County Aspiro The Astor House BAKA Enterprises Company Magazine Curative Connections Golden Living Humana Interim Healthcare Moraine Ridge Senior Living Patient Pines Rock N W Ranch UW Extension Bev Bartlett and Marie Franklin Green Bay Press Gazette Read More Farm Market Kitchen cooks up new companies Carlson also serves as the small food processing specialist for the University of Wisconsin Extension and plans to continue in that role Since it requires her to travel around the state advising small businesses this month the Extension set up Mondays with Mary Pat to allow people to attend a virtual meeting with her to discuss issues related to their food business She has already handled more than 20 virtual meetings she said Green Bay Press Gazette Read More What is a natural food FDA seeks public input for definition The U S Department of Agriculture which regulates the meat industry has standards for using natural in meat products Consumers could benefit from an FDA definition in other foods as well said Barbara Ingham a food scientist with University of Wisconsin Extension in Madison Journal Sentinel Read More Children s Christmas Stores open this weekend As the holidays are on our doorstep and shopping is on everyone s to do lists each year the Family Centers offered children to shop for their family and friends at the Children s Christmas Stores This experience for children has been very positive and to keep it running the Door County 4 H program and University of Wisconsin Extension will be taking it over 4 H Youth Development Educator Dawn VandeVoort at UW Extension said they are excited to take over the popular program Green Bay Press Gazette Read More El Niño Has Subtle Impacts On Wisconsin Wildlife Wisconsin can see variation year to year in the population of any given insect species but whether the changes are due to weather conditions or other factors is difficult to determine said University of Wisconsin Extension entomologist P J Liesch Wisconsin Public Radio Read More Controlling winter s dry stagnant air For homeowners who are unsure of whether their house is tight enough to justify the cost of installing an HRV the University of Wisconsin Extension suggests considering having an energy assessment done one that includes an air leakage test The Journal Times Read More Survey Reveals What Matters Most to Vilas County Residents The results from the Community Connections Survey that was sent out to year round Vilas County residents in August are posted Vilas County UW Extension reports they sent out surveys to nearly 1 100 homes

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  • 4-H – Page 2 – Extension in the News
    STEM Fox 6 Now Read More EXTending a hand in Dunn County As we enter the twilight of the summer of 2015 insert collective sigh I have started to reflect upon what a great summer it has been for 4 H in Dunn County While students have been out of school for the past couple of months 4 H members have been very busy From summer camp to the Dunn County Fair from 4 H softball to dairy and livestock judging the summer of 2015 has been one for the books Thank you to all the members and volunteers for making it a memorable summer for everyone The Dunn County News Read More 4 H ers enjoy FUN gineering Camp Lost Falls Campground was the site for Jackson County 4 H s Summer FUN gineering Camp earlier this month Read More Local youth attends 4 H Youth Conference FRIENDSHIP Lillian Radzikinas from Adams County was one of hundreds of 4 H youth who attended the 95th annual 4 H Youth Conference at the University of Wisconsin Madison campus in June Read More Livestock judging team places third Their hard work dedication and intense preparation paid off as illustrated by the results Area Animal Science Days are regional animal science educational opportunities available to Wisconsin 4 H members AASD strives to increase the availability of educational opportunities in the 4 H Animal Science Projects increase decision making skills through judging and grading experiences and to increase the knowledge of animals through breeding and market evaluation and management information Read More Dodge County youth bring home awards At the recent Area Animal Science Day AASD held in Rock County Dodge County was represented by its dairy judging youth Area Animal Science Days are regional animal science educational opportunities available to Wisconsin 4 H members AASD strives to increase the availability of educational opportunities in the 4 H Animal Science Projects increase decision making skills through judging and grading experiences and increases the knowledge of animals through breeding and market evaluation and management information Read More Iron County kids enjoy 4 H summer camp MANITOWISH WATERS A group of Iron County kids spent the week exploring nature at the North Lakeland Discovery Center during the 15th annual Iron County 4 H summer camp Read More Trempealeau County UW Extension hires youth development educator WHITEHALL Wis Adam Trunzo is the new 4 H youth development educator for UW Extension of Trempealeau County He started the position on June 15 Read More Former teacher excited to take over 4 H County 4 H exhibitors and adult leaders have a new go to person at this year s La Crosse Interstate Fair After becoming the new La Crosse County UW Extension 4 H agent June 5 Suzanna Barnhart will be overseeing the 4 H exhibits and entries at the annual fair which runs Wednesday through Sunday Read More EXTending a hand in Dunn County What does community mean to you How about to your family What

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  • Agriculture and Natural Resources – Page 2 – Extension in the News
    Niño Has Subtle Impacts On Wisconsin Wildlife Wisconsin can see variation year to year in the population of any given insect species but whether the changes are due to weather conditions or other factors is difficult to determine said University of Wisconsin Extension entomologist P J Liesch Wisconsin Public Radio Read More Controlling winter s dry stagnant air For homeowners who are unsure of whether their house is tight enough to justify the cost of installing an HRV the University of Wisconsin Extension suggests considering having an energy assessment done one that includes an air leakage test The Journal Times Read More The Root of it All Dealing with pine needle scale My home has a long needle pine tree that has lost an excessive number of needles this season compared to previous years I noticed that there is a white scale on the needles both last years and the current growth Is this responsible for the needle loss A neighbor across the street has a needle loss issue too but his tree is not showing this white scale Is there something that I can do to treat the scale Mike Mount Pleasant Pine needle scale is an interesting little insect that feeds continuously on the sap of the pine needles It is commonly found on eastern white pine mugo pine Austrian pine and Scots pine but a less preferred host is spruce trees If white flecks spots are seen on an evergreen s needles there is a good chance it is pine needle scale The Journal Times Read More El Niño Aggravates Uncertainties For Wisconsin Farmers As in previous summers before an El Niño winter Wisconsin is experiencing a good year for soybeans said University of Wisconsin Extension soybean specialist Shawn Conley Wisconsin farmers planted a record number of soybean acres and the average yield is projected to be the second best in history Wisconsin Public Radio Read More Still time to plant bulbs By Barb Larson Question I found a couple of bags of tulips and crocus on sale so I bought them Is it too late to plant bulbs C L Answer Spring flower bulbs may be planted as long as the ground is not frozen and can be dug It is best to plant before late fall so the roots have more time to develop but your tulips and crocus will still come up and bloom beautifully even if you plant them in the snow Kenosha News Read More Avian flu affects price of turkey Tarik Taman of Minneapolis says no matter what the price he ll still buy his Thanksgiving turkey The farmers both in Minnesota and Wisconsin have had a hard time this last year with avian flu and supply and demand Taman said The farmers got to make a living as well and it s our job to support them and support our community Chippewa County UW Extension Agriculture Agent Jerry Clark says the increase in price because of the avian flu may

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