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Dunn County Buildings to Remain Closed to the Public

The Dunn County Government Center will remain closed to the general public (except by appointment) until further notice. The public will be notified in the event of any change to this policy.  Members of the public may enter Dunn County buildings by appointment only. Anyone entering the building will need to answer health screening questions […]

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Thanksgiving Tips: Preventing Foodborne Illness

This week, Americans will enjoy a delicious meal on Thanksgiving Day with family and friends – either in person or virtually. Taking the necessary steps toward safe food handling and sanitation will help protect you and your loved ones this year. To make sure your Thanksgiving meal is prepared safely, the University of Wisconsin-Madison Division […]

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Pesticide Applicator Training Updates

If your pesticide applicator certification is due to be renewed, please read the important information below. With the growing number of COVID-19 cases in our county and state, your safety is our top priority. We have made some changes and added some new options to this year’s private pesticide applicator training (PAT) program to help […]

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Extension winter programming goes online with Farm Ready Research webinar series

Whether you’re interested in dairy production, livestock production, or farm management, the University of Wisconsin-Madison Division of Extension’s Farm Ready Research webinar series has the most up-to-date information for you. Beginning in December 2020 and continuing through April 2021, Extension experts will host webinars throughout the week on topics ranging from determining cost of production […]

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GRIEF, LOSS, AND NEW TRADITIONS DURING THE HOLIDAYS

GRIEF, LOSS, AND NEW TRADITIONS DURING THE HOLIDAYS Feelings of grief and loss can be particularly strong around the holidays. The drastic changes to our routine, traditions, and way of life we’ve experienced due to COVID-19 adds another layer to grief and loss. Join Health and Well-Being educators Debbie Moellendorf and Selena Freimark for an […]

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November 2020 Clover Courier – The Gratitude Edition

  Dunn County 4-H is thankful for all the good things we have in this time of difficulty. We want everyone to stay safe, recalling that we pledge our health to better living for our clubs, our community, and our world. Please check out the latest edition of our newsletter for 4-H Friends and Families!  

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Fall Edition of the Chippewa Valley Agricultural Extension Report

Please click on the links below to read the latest issue of the Chippewa Valley Agricultural Extension Report Fall 2020 edition. Click on this link to read the full newsletter – CV Ag News Fall 2020 – or click below for each page. Featured articles in this month’s newsletter include: CV Ag News Fall 2020, Page 1, Extension’s Return […]

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October Clover Courier

The start of the 4-H year has brought some exciting news, there is a new 4-H Online for enrolling this year!  Check out this version of the Clover Courier for all of the updates.

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Experts Affirm: Coronavirus ‘highly unlikely’ food risk

An international group of scientists has declared that it is highly unlikely that SARS-CoV-2 is a food safety risk.The International Commission for Microbiological Specifications of Foods (ICMSF) is a non-governmental organization and represents top food safety experts from around the globe. The ICMSF members believe it is highly unlikely that ingestion of SARS-CoV-2 will result in illness […]

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Virtual StrongBodies – October 2020

UW-Madison Extension Health and Wellbeing and FoodWIse program is offering an evidence-based strength training program.  No experience is necessary.  Strength training has been shown to reduce the risk of chronic diseases such as diabetes, heart disease, osteoporosis, and arthritis.  Strength training also increases strength, muscle mass, and bone density. We will also have time to […]

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