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County Fair Judges Training and Refresher

May 25, 2021 from 7:00 – 8:30 PM All communication will be via email. Please register with Pam Hobson at DATCP prior to the training If you have questions, please contact Pam Hobson at (608)224-5046 or email pamela.hobson@wisconsin.gov.  After you are registered, the PowerPoint and the zoom meeting information for the program will be emailed to you. Registration […]

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Preserve it Fresh, Preserve it Safe.

How to Determine Spoilage in Home-Canned Goods Spoilage in home-canned food does happen. Make sure you examine your jars carefully before serving food from them to your family, friends or pets. There are definite signs to look for, but always keep in mind that botulism can be undetectable in home-canned foods. Even a small taste […]

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Grief, Loss, and New Traditions during the Holidays

As the holiday season approaches and the weather gets colder, it may be more difficult to connect with people we care about. With the COVID-19 pandemic, this holiday season will look different for many Wisconsin families and we may experience grief and loss. Whether we’ve lost a loved one, we’re missing out on seeing family members, or we miss the normalcy or traditions, coping with these feelings can be challenging.

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January 2021 Badger Dairy Insight Series

Featuring your local Extension Dairy Program Educators, and UW Specialists, as they present on current dairy topics. Take the opportunity to learn from and discuss with experts on the dates below. We hope to see you at one of our January programs!

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Heart Of The Farm – Coffee Chats Series

University of Wisconsin-Madison Division of Extension, Heart of the Farm-Women in Agriculture will be hosting it’s 3rd Coffee Chat, January 11th, 2021 from 10:00– 11:00 a.m. The online Heart of the Farm Coffee Chats run on the 2nd Monday of the month through March 2021, 10:00 – 11:00 a.m.

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