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Tax Credits for Wisconsin Families

Low and moderate income Wisconsin residents can take advantage of a variety of tax credits. These credits can bring thousands of extra dollars to individuals and families, but an estimated 20% of people who are eligible for these tax credits do not claim them every year. Visit https://finances.extension.wisc.edu/articles/tax-credits-for-wisconsin-families/ for more information.

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Triple P Positive Parenting Classes for Parents of kids 0-12 and Teens

Choose from classes for Parents of Children 0-12 or Teen 13-16 years old. TRIPLE P POSITIVE PARENTING SEMINARS FOR PARENTS OF CHILDREN 0-12 YEARS OLD An introduction to the strategies of positive parenting. Attend any number of three 60-minute classes. FREE at-home tip sheets are given to all parents who attend seminars. 0-12 CLASSES REGISTER […]

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Strong Bodies Class Jan 18th-March 10th, 2022

Classes start January 18th and meet on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 9-10 am.  Participants are required to register at https://go.wisc.edu/745t99. There are a limited number of weights available for participants to use. In order to keep offering this program, we need to have some new people sign up for each series, so please share this with friends and family […]

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Virtual Caregiver Conference: The Unexpected Caregiver January 20, 2022

Hosted by Northwood College, this session of the 2021-2022 Virtual Caregiver Conference features the theme The Unexpected Caregiver: How to Support Others While Taking Care of Yourself. This online live/webinar event features 3 sessions presented by speaker, author and caregiving expert, Kari Berit. Tag—You’re it! You’ve become an unexpected caregiver, a job that requires you […]

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Farm Ready Research Webinar Series Starts Dec. 17th

Farm Ready Research is Extension’s agriculture winter webinar meeting series for farmers and ag professionals. Learn the most up-to-date information on topics from dairy and livestock production to forage and farm management. Sessions begin December 2021. For more information on classes, visit: https://extension.wisc.edu/agriculture/farm-ready-research/  

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Nutrient Management Education Classes 2022

The Nutrient and Pest Management Program (University of Wisconsin-Madison) is offering a virtual training for farmers interested in writing their own nutrient management plans. This training will provide both the basics of nutrient management and an introduction to SnapPlus. The same training will be offered on 4 different dates: January 4 (Tue), February 7 (Mon), […]

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Raising Wisconsin’s Children Virtual Conference Jan. 13 & 15, 2022

Are you a parent or caregiver of children? Whether you are a dad, mom, grandparent, foster parent, child caregiver, or educator you are invited to the University of Wisconsin- Madison Extension Human Development and Relationships Institute’s first online parenting conference. Register now for the FREE, virtual Raising Wisconsin’s Children conference: https://parenting.extension.wisc.edu/raising-wi-children-conference/

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Positive Parenting Help for Hassle-Free Shopping with Children 11-22-21

Join UW-Madison Extension Douglas County Educator Tracy Henegar and CASDA Children’s Program Director Sherry Boock via Zoom to learn ways to make shopping easier with your kids. Registration is required, deadline to register is Monday, Nov. 15th. This allows us time to get the materials mailed out to you. Sign up here: https://qrgo.page.link/x8ghE

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Triple P Discussion Groups For Parents of children ages 12+

  Virtual Parenting Discussion Groups When: Tuesdays from 5:30-7:00 pm Nov. 30th, Dec. 7th, Dec. 14th, Dec. 21st Cost: Free while funds last Register: https://forms.gle/tsWJHAdon2n9rBf3A Registration Deadline: Mon. Nov. 22nd Contact: Tracy Henegar 715-395-1363  tracy.henegar@wisc.edu Materials: Pick-up at your local County Extension Office Positive Parenting Program Discussion Groups provide parents of youth ages 12+ with […]

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