Food Safety News You can Use

Food Safety News You can Use from the Division of Extension. Summer weather can bring heavy rains and power outages due to lightning and high winds. Extension has information that you can use to keep yourself and your family food-safe. Emergency Preparedness (USDA; many resources in Spanish) Keep Food Safe after a Disaster or Emergency (CDC, also in […]

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Food Safety in the Time of COVID19

Food Safety in the Time of COVID19 COVID19, commonly known as coronavirus, is a respiratory virus. While COVID19 is not considered to be a foodborne illness by the Centers for Disease Control, it is contagious. Actions that you can take to prevent foodborne illness can be taken to mitigate coronavirus. Of the food safety steps […]

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Managing Finances in Tough Times

The Covid-19 pandemic has us all thinking about how to adapt to guidelines to keep our loved ones and ourselves healthy and safe. Added to this stress is the uncertainty about economic conditions and how this may affect our personal finances. “Most of us have our daily spending on autopilot,” notes Peggy Olive, University of […]

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Parents Forever 2020 – New Class Line-up

Parents Forever 2020   Over the last year, I, Stephanie Hintz, the Human Development and Relationship Educator for Extension Dunn County, have been working with the President of Positive Alternative, Kelli Kamholz, and the Dunn County Clerk of Courts, Katie M. Schalley, to transfer the court-order divorce parenting programming from Positive Alternatives to Extension Dunn […]

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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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Little Britches Showmanship at the Dunn County Fair

The Dunn County Fair would like to invite area youth, ages 4-8 years old, to participate in the Little Britches Showmanship exhibition. These young individuals are invited to show calves (dairy or beef) born after March 1, 2019 and before the fair, OR individuals may show a goat or lamb born after January 1, 2019 […]

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