Emerging Crops Summer Webinar Series

Hemp, hops, hazelnuts, kernza, currants, table grapes….those are just some of the emerging crops here in Wisconsin and we’d really like you and your clientele to learn all about them this summer. It couldn’t be easier, click on the link below, peruse the schedule, and register for the Emerging Crops Summer Webinar Series.  Register today […]

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Master Gardener Volunteer Week, April 5-9th, 2021

The Wisconsin Master Gardener Program celebrates Master Gardener Volunteer Week April 5-9, 2021. Master Gardener Volunteers are an important part of the University of Wisconsin-Madison, Division of Extension Dunn County. They make a positive difference in the Dunn County community by providing gardening education to the public through presentations and their annual spring gardening seminar, maintaining the […]

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Vegetable Diseases with Dr. Brian Hudelson

Vegetable Diseases April 29, 2021 6:30-8:00 p.m. Presented by Dr. Brian Hudelson Free Zoom Webinar but registration is required! Join UW-Madison Extension Plant Disease Diagnostics Clinic’s director, Brian Hudelson, as he discusses common diseases of vegetables. Learn how to identify and manage these diseases and help your vegetable garden thrive. Please use the following link […]

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Growing Together Seminar

Dear Gardening Friends and Master Gardener Volunteers, With 2020 behind us, are you thinking of your gardening plans for 2021?  The Western Wisconsin Master Gardeners are looking forward to a new season and invite you to attend our Growing Together Seminar. We have scheduled four presentations for Saturdays in February and March at 10:00am via YouTube Live. […]

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Soil Sampling Services Available

Hello Gardeners! The University of Wisconsin Soil and Forage Analysis lab is now open to receive your soil, forage, manure, plant and lime samples. Lab staffing is reduced and we may not be able to answer the phone. If you need more information or assistance please contact us at: soil-lab@mailplus.wisc.edu Please check our county website […]

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Canceled – Diseases of Evergreen Presentations

As you may be aware, Extension along with the UW-Madison community and our county have been keeping a close eye on developments around the novel coronavirus COVID-19. Due to the possibility and risk of infection, the UW Madison, Division of Extension is requiring our State and County sponsored, as well as, volunteer-led clubs and associations […]

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Master Gardener Level 1 Training

Beginning Saturday, March 28, Master Gardener Level 1 Training will begin. Adult participants will receive 36  hours of training on a variety of gardening and landscaping topics. These topics include basic botany, soil science, fruits, vegetables, diseases, insects, annual and perennial flowers, trees and shrubs, backyard wildlife, lawn care, native plants, and more! Master Gardener […]

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Spring Begins! – March 7th, 2020

Spring Begins! 10th Annual Seminar with the Dunn County Master Gardeners Saturday, March 7th, 2020 9:00am-12:00pm Dunn County Community Services Building 3001 US Hwy 12 East | Menomonie (former Dunn County Health Care Building) *enter basement level door on West side of building Sessions will include: Native Plants in the Landscape… Native plants can provide […]

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Private Pesticide Applicator Training, 2020

If your Private Pesticide Applicator License is set to expire in 2020, training sessions and exams are being offered to assist you in renewing your license. Dates: Wednesday, February 5th and Tuesday, February 25th. Time: 9:30am – 3:00pm Place:  Dunn County Community Services Building       Lower Level         3001 US Hwy […]

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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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