2019 Dunn County Plat Book available for purchase

The Dunn County 4-H Leaders’ Council, with Mapping Solutions, has announced the release of the recently published Dunn County Plat Book. This spiral-bound book features the standard landownership map pages showing townships and ranges within the county, including property boundaries for all rural parcels. Along with landownership maps are the new enhanced LiDAR aerial view […]

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Looking for some Winter Fun: Consider Dunn-Eau Claire’s Winter Camp!

Eau Claire and Dunn Counties have reserved Beaver Creek Reserve’s lodge for a fun winter camping experience and we will need counselors. Camp will be December 28th and 29th, 2019. Please sign up by September 22, if you want to be a counselor! Questions? Call Extension and ask for Luisa. Winter Camp Counselor App 2019 […]

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Dunn County Resource Guide

Are you looking for information on local resources but not sure where to turn?  This resource guide can help you make the right connection. Dunn County Resource Guide   Individual pages for easier viewing: Resource Guide – Aug 2019 – Cover Page Resource Guide – Aug 2019 – Food & Nutrition Resource Guide – Aug […]

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4-H Medal

2019 4-H Distinguished Member Awards Ceremony

We were proud to honor our outstanding youth and adults at this year’s Distinguished Member Award Ceremony! If you were unable to attend and would like to view our program which includes youth and adult award winners, and this year’s graduates, click this link Distinguished Member Award Ceremony Program or click below for individual sections […]

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2019 4-H Day Camps

Camper and camp counselor sign-ups are live!  https://forms.gle/5L64G1WW2r2ADfFm9    Wednesday, August 7th – 9 AM to 1:00 PM:  “Farm to Table: All About Food” at Wilson Park Picnic Shelter during the Farmer’s Market.    Friday, August 16th – 9 AM to 1:00 PM “DIY – Do it Yourself for Kids” at DCCSB – outdoor shelter if weather permits inside if […]

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Livestock Comfort at the Fair

  A hot fair leaves fair exhibitors looking for coolness for both themselves and their fair animals. When temperatures reach above 80 degrees and the relative humidity is above 65 percent, comfort is certainly compromised. This kind of weather can be especially deadly for swine, as they have nonfunctioning sweat glands. Effects of heat stress […]

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