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Extension Ozaukee County

Extension Ozaukee County provides resources and education in three programming areas: Agriculture, Community Development, and 4-H & Youth Development. Collectively, we: Bring University resources and research to the people of Ozaukee County Work with local governments, organizations, businesses and individuals Create partnerships, foster relationships, and strengthen communities For a brief description of our programming, please see […]

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Wisconsin Nonprofits Connect to Learn: Mini-courses Fall/Winter/Spring 2022-2023

Calling all nonprofits and community groups! The Wisconsin Nonprofits Connect to Learn is a new program designed to support nonprofit professionals and those who run community organizations on some of the topics most important to achieving their mission. The second mini-course of the series, “Fundraising and Donor Relations,” begins October 12 and registrations are currently […]

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FEED Summit 2022

UW-Madison Division of Extension Community Food Systems Program is organizing a 2-day virtual summit for Wisconsin food entrepreneurs! The 2022 FEED Summit will be held virtually on November 14th and 15th, from 10 am to 4 pm.  The Community Food Systems Program’s Food Entrepreneurship Ecosystem Development (FEED) Initiative is a statewide program that promotes food […]

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Community Survey: Cedarburg Cultural Center

UW-Madison Division of Extension has developed a community survey to assist the Cedarburg Cultural Center in their strategic planning process.  Please share your thoughts and best ideas for the future of the Center.  This anonymous survey will take about 5-10 minutes.  Access the survey at: https://uwmadison.co1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_86wRuAygQMwdGsu

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4-H Conversation Corners: September

Ozaukee County 4-H Leaders (both adult & youth leaders) are invited to attend the upcoming 4-H Conversation Corner! Save the date now for this informative session! September 29th at 6:00 pm. attend In Person OR via Zoom. Topic: 4-H Club/Group Bylaws and Policies In Person: Admin Center in Port Washington, Auditorium. Sign-up requested at link: https://forms.gle/QUjKWq7u6BHSbMRm6

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4-H Enrollment for 2022-2023 4-H Year!

Attention all current Ozaukee County 4-H families: 4HOnline will open for enrollment, starting September 2nd! You will find lots of good reminders below: ALL 4-H members and adult volunteers need to re-enroll each year. Current enrollments DO NOT automatically roll-over. Please re-enroll by September 30th. Club and project leaders will pull 4-H rosters starting in October. […]

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2022 4-H Graduates

Congratulations Ozaukee County 4-H Graduates! We would like to recognize and congratulate ALL Ozaukee County 4-H Graduates. As you leave the program as a youth, take all you have learned and the leadership skills you have gained to make your mark in the world. May you continue to prosper as the 4-H pledge states- with your […]

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Tools to Cope with the Financial Impact of COVID-19

The University of Wisconsin of Wisconsin Human Development & Relationships educators have collaborated and created a quick reference guide:Tools to cope with the financial impact of COVID-19. (Spanish translation: Tools to cope with the financial impact of COVID-19 Spanish ) The guide connects you with quick resources to the following questions: If You… Are about to lose your […]

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4-H Innovation Zone Webpage: Great Virtual Learning Opportunities

A reminder that 4-H has produced some wonderful opportunities for families, youths and adults to connect with each other, connect with their communities, and learn new skills! If you’re looking for ideas or ways to stay involved, be sure to check out the 4-H Innovation Zone page of the Extension Ozaukee County website for some […]

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Ozaukee County Agriculture Impact

Statewide, agriculture is a $104.8 billion industry and provides 413,500 jobs! Agriculture is a vital part of the economy in nearly every Wisconsin county, whether urban or rural. Family-owned farms, food processors and agriculture-related businesses generate thousands of jobs and millions of dollars of economic activity while contributing to local income and tax revenues. The […]

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Fun Hands-on Learning to do at Home

As always, UW-Madison Division of Extension and 4-H want to support youth and families with fun, hands-on learning that helps young people build life skills like critical thinking, problem solving, and decision making. World events are making things more challenging right now. But we don’t let that stop us! Extension educators from around the state created […]

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