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Extension Resources: COVID-19

You are invited to follow along with Extension as we share the latest resources as they pertain to the COVID-19 outbreak and how Extension is responding via this page as well as the following website: https://fyi.extension.wisc.edu/covid19 You are encouraged to follow the Extension Ozaukee County Facebook page as many resources will be shared through social media. […]

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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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2022 Tri-County Visual Arts Festival

Everybody has a skill, a talent, an interest, or a special quality that they are passionate about. We call these things SPARKS. They provide joy, purpose, and direction. You guessed it this year’s theme is “Find your SPARKS!” Draw, paint, photograph, or create art that brings you joy, purpose, and passion! WHO: This festival is […]

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Animal Sciences Education Series Announced for 2022

The Wisconsin Youth Livestock Program (WYLP) is excited to offer these LIVE Virtual Zoom educational programs for the spring of 2022. These current topics are for youth and adults alike and occur on the second Thursday of the month from January through May. Each session begins at 7 p.m. CST with a presentation followed by […]

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Regional Agriculture Educators

The University of Wisconsin – Division of Extension is moving to a structure of having Regional Dairy, Farm Management and Crops Educators across the state.  These positions will provide research-based education to dairy, and crop producers by assessing the needs of farmers in their region and designing and delivering educational programming and services to meet […]

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Pesticide Applicator Certification

Certification and Training Update We are offering in person Pesticide Re-certification/Certification Training Classes in Washington and Ozaukee Counties. We have several ways to register. We have our on line form https://go.wisc.edu/qathnh or we have a this Registration Form you can print and bring into the office . You may also call the Ozaukee County office at (262) […]

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Emergency Broadband Benefit

Earlier in the year, we shared information that contained a link to a survey related to the quality of broadband access in the state of Wisconsin. Surveys such as these are critical for ensuring that our Federal partners are aware of the difficulties and challenges when it comes to broadband access across the state. It […]

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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 during this difficult time for families, youths and adults to connect with each other, connect with their communities, and learn new skills, albeit from a distance! If you’re looking for ideas or ways to stay involved, be sure to check out the 4-H Innovation Zone page […]

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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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