Farm Management Fridays

Your Farm Start Up: Where to begin and who can help March 19, 2021 @ 11:00AM Register at go.wisc.edu/farmreadyresearch Whether you are currently farming and want to explore a new idea or someone new on the farming scene, this session will help you figure out where to start. Learn about tools, people, and resources available […]

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Focus on Forage

March 3, 2021 12:30PM to 1:30 pm webinar Optimizing Forage Production in Wisconsin Managing Spring Pasture Green up Gene Schriefer, Iowa County Agriculture Educator, UW-Madison Division of Extension Using SnapPlus for Pasture Nutrient Management Dan Smith, UW Nutrient and Pest Management Program Webinar brought to you by the University of Wisconsin-Madison, Division of Extension and […]

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Badger Crop Connect

Badger Crop Connect is returning for 2021 on every 2nd and 4th Wednesday, from March through September, at 12:30pm.  Webinar sessions must be registered for in advance and registration is now open, or you can print the Bader Crop Connect -Mar2021 flyer . Our upcoming webinars: March 10:  Winter Wheat Management Shawn Conley, Extension Soybean […]

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Heart of the Farm – Coffee Chats

Madison, Wis. – University of Wisconsin-Madison Division of Extension’s Heart of the Farm-Women in Agriculture program will be holding it’s next statewide online virtual ‘Coffee Chats’ Fall/Winter program on Monday March 8th, 2021 at 10:00a.m. and will continue hosting on the 2nd Monday of each month through March 2021 from 10:00-11:00 a.m. March 8th, 2021 […]

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Resource Stewardship in Hard Times

How can you make soil health and stewardship practices work in times of stress and uncertainty? This virtual Shop Talk series will be an opportunity to have meaningful conversations with other farmers and experts about practical ideas and programs that can help you weather hard times and have success with stewardship practices on your farm. […]

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4-H Day in the Arts

This year Grant, Green, Iowa & Lafayette Counties are working together to offer a virtual contest called “4-H Day in the Arts.” The contest is open to all youth in 5K-13th grade, whether or not the youth is a member of 4-H. The 4-H Day in the Arts Contest will have eight divisions (Vocal, Instrumental, […]

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Discover 4-H!

Come DISCOVER with us! Enjoy hands-on art, photography, foods and nature science projects! Open to ALL youth in Gr. 3-5 & Gr. 6-8! January 20th is the DEADLINE to register at: https://bit.ly/Discover4HWinter21Reg **Financial assistance is available, if the cost is a barrier!

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WeCOPE program coming to Green County this spring

WeCOPE is an evidence-based program that helps adults cope with life stress.  WeCOPE is based on the work of Dr. Judith Moskowitz and has been shown to reduce stress and depression, increase positive affect, and improve health behaviors in randomized trials.  Dr. Moskowitz’s work is based on the research that even in the context of life stress such as […]

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2021 Cover Crops Conference- Virtual Meeting

Save the Date!   February 11, 2021 Also, Join us for a Pre-Conference Meet & Greet with Barry Fisher, Blake Vince, & Rick Clark February 10th  –  7:00 pm The Wisconsin Cover Crops Conference will be held on February 10thand February 11thvia Zoom.  The conference will be free, but pre-registration is required.  More information is available […]

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ADK Sorority Donates to HCE Bookworms Program

Monroe’s Omicron chapter of the Alpha Delta Kappa (ADK) Sorority recently made a generous donation in the amount of $100 to the Wisconsin Bookworms program of Green County Home & Community Education (HCE). Each year, the Bookworms program puts eight brand new books into the hands of each child in Leslie Bundy’s 4K/Head Start class […]

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