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Farm Transition & Estate Planning Workshop

  Thank you for all who attended the What’s Your Farms Future, Farm & Estate Planning Workshop. “UW-Extension offices in Manitowoc, Calumet, and Sheboygan counties sponsored a Farm Transition and Estate Planning Workshop on February 23rd.   Nearly 90 farmers and agricultural consultants participated in the day-long program. The workshop included UW-Extension County-based staff and a […]

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Cyber bullying

    Cyber bullying legislation and case law: Implications for school policy and practice This Fact Sheet provides a summary of important court cases and pending legislation that can help school districts evaluate and improve their current cyber bullying policies. Cyberbullying

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Marketing Resources: UW-Extension Day at the State Fair

Be part of UW-Extension Day at the State Fair! Celebrate the Wisconsin Idea and meet UW-Extension educators from around the state. Experience the UW-Extension programming that supports Wisconsin families, communities and businesses. There’s something for everyone: hands-on activities and demonstrations, live presentations, musical performances, games and more. Key Events and Activities Highlights of Central Mall […]

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Raising a Thinking Child

Children as young as 4 years old can learn to think for themselves in ways most of us never thought possible.  By following the evidence based “Raising a Thinking Child program, you can teach young children how to solve problems and resolve daily conflicts; to explore alternative solutions and their consequences; and to consider the […]

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Medicare, Medicaid mark 50th anniversary

Contact Caroline B. Gomez-Tom, 414-270-2963, cbgomez@wisc.edu   This week marks the 50th anniversary of Medicare and Medicaid, health insurance programs that provide coverage to more than one-third of Wisconsin residents. By providing coverage options for the elderly, blind, disabled, children and low-income residents since 1965, Medicaid and Medicare programs have contributed to a decline in […]

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U.S. breast milk: glyphosate-free

PULLMAN, Wash. — Washington State University scientists have found that glyphosate, the main ingredient in the herbicide Roundup, does not accumulate in mother’s breast milk. Michelle McGuire, an associate professor in the university’s School of Biological Sciences, is the lead researcher of the study, which is the first to have its results independently verified by […]

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Paint Day

Thanks to Grace. Devon, Taylor and Riley of Clarks Mills Good Sports 4-H Club, now have the Girls Cabins painted and the Boys Cabins scraped. If your club is interested in volunteering to paint for a day contact Matt Welter at mattwelter.ee@gmail.com

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JOIN US FOR A TRIP TO STATE FAIR

State Fair Bus Reservation JOIN US FOR A TRIP TO STATE FAIR Would you like to experience State Fair but don’t have a way to get there? Members from all clubs are invited to participate in this county-wide trip. We’ll be departing by coach at 7:00 a.m. from the Manitowoc County Office Complex on Thursday, August 6th, and will return […]

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Camp Clean Up

Thank you to all the volunteers that helped with Camp TaPaWingo’s  cleanup this last Saturday. It is very much appreciated and it is people like you who keep us going, thank you again.    

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