4-H Program

4-H is a community of young people across America who are learning leadership, citizenship, and life skills!


If it happens on a farm or in a field, the Extension Institute of Agriculture works with you to achieve better results.

Community Development

Working with community organizations and local governments to promote community food systems development.

Families & Relationships

Providing a source of well-researched, quality information about families and relationships.


Providing nutrition education to advance health eating habits and active livestyles for families with limited incomes.


Covering everything from soil to trees, water quality to plant health, and every insect in between.

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Money Matters Live

Learn ways to save money, budget, and set financial goals in this Free online series in May!

We COPE logo with gears that say: Emotional Awareness; Gratitude, Noticing, Savoring; Mindfulness; Positive Reappraisal; Self-Compassion, Acts of Kindness; Strengths and Goals.

What if you could be less stressed and more happy? … Maybe you CAN! 🙂

Join us for We COPE Lunch and Learn via Zoom this Spring in 6 one hour sessions!

April Clover Courier

Battle of the Clubs returns! Summer Camp Registration is Open! Check out all the club happenings, fun events, and other great 4-H information in this edition of the Clover Courier!

Understanding the Emerald Ash Borer

The UW-Madison Division of Extension Horticulture Program has partnered with the UW Insect Diagnostic Lab to provide a free, online program for the public focused on Emerald Ash Borer (EAB) in Wisconsin. The program airs Monday, April 1, 1–2 p.m. on Zoom.

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Extension Dunn County
3001 US Hwy 12 E, Suite 216
Menomonie, WI 54751

Phone: 715-232-1636
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Hours: M-F 8am – 4:30pm

The office is closed all major holidays and the day after Thanksgiving


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