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NATIONAL 4H WEEK IS OCTOBER 6-12, 2019

Take advantage of this important week to highlight the remarkable 4-H youth and adults in your communities and showcase the incredible experiences that 4-H offers young people and their families.  

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4-H: Like us on Facebook

Like us on Facebook! Douglas County 4-H is a community of young people and dedicated volunteers learning leadership, citizenship, and life skills.  

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Mental Health First Aid Training

Why Mental Health First Aid? Mental Health First Aid teaches you how to identify, understand and respond to signs of mental illnesses and substance use disorders. This 8-hour training gives you the skills you need to reach out and provide initial support to someone who may be developing a mental health or substance use problem […]

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Horticulture Therapy Fall 2019 Classes Upcoming!

Fall AG programming flyer 2019 NOTE: Pre registration is required for Negotiating Your Farm’s Sustainable Future and Beef Quality Assurance.  Beef Quality Assurance will be held at Parkland Town Hall, NOT Amnicon Town Hall. Negotiating Your Farm’s Sustainable Future (October 2, 5:00- 9:00 pm, Amnicon Town Hall) For farmers interested in planning for the future […]

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What is Pink Eye of Potato?

pink eye potato disease photo What is pink eye? Pink eye is a disorder of potato tubers that can cause costly storage losses for potato growers and can reduce tuber quality to the point where tubers will be rejected by potato processors. Pink eye not only directly affects tubers, but also makes tubers more susceptible […]

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2019 Building a Better Snack with Healthy Foods

Snacks can help you meet your daily nutrient needs. They can keep your energy high throughout the day. Try a snack from each of the food groups! View our tip sheet for more information! 2019 Build a better snack with healthy foods – English (002) Contact your local FoodWIse program to learn more: Douglas County UW-Extension […]

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Soil Testing 2019

Soil Testing Soil tests provide specific fertilizer recommendations for your lawn and garden and can help you avoid over-application of fertilizer.  Soil testing is recommended for lawns, gardens, fields, wildlife areas and vegetable and fruit production. Visit our soil testing page for homeowners or our soil test page for farmers for more information or call […]

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