Baby Formula Shortage

Many families rely on formula to feed their babies and have found shortages of formula in stores. The shortage is due in part to the recall of formula manufactured by Abbott Nutrition that may be contaminated with Salmonella or Cronobacter, two pathogens that are extremely harmful to infants, The facility that made the formula (located […]

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2022 HMoob Farm Financials Workshop, April 16 (Conducted in Hmong Language)

The HMoob Farm Financial Workshops will support HMoob farmers to build the capacity to expand their farm operations. The focus of the workshop is training and awareness of financial resources accessing farm loans and grants. The workshop will be conducted in the HMoob language by professionals in the agricultural field. Click on the link to […]

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HCE District Meeting

Thursday, April 28, 2022, 9am – 12noon Dunn County Government Services Building (Health Dept. entrance) Hosted by Dunn County “Healthier with Houseplants” Speaker: Margaret Murphy Dunn County Extension Horticulture Educator Registration check-in time: 8:30 am. Craft fee: $5.00. Bring your own bag lunch. Water, coffee, hot chocolate, pudding and breakfast sweets provided. Short craft (hanging […]

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Food Entrepreneurship Ecosystem Development (FEED) Project Virtual Winter 2022 Workshop Series

Learn tips for running and growing a successful food business from specialists and entrepreneurs! This no-cost series of online trainings is for food entrepreneurs and farm-based food businesses. The trainings will cover best practices in social media and marketing, strategies for overcoming labor challenges, collaborative marketing and distribution options, culturally rooted food business development,and an […]

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Wise Wisconsin Winter Series 2022

Wise Wisconsin Winter Series 2022 One-hour sessions on Zoom Wednesday mornings at 9:00am February 2nd through March 9th, 2022 Registration Required: https://go.wisc.edu/5u4ez3  Series presented by the following Educators: Dr. Kristin Litzelman, State Specialist; Karen Dickrell, Faculty  in Outagamie County; Ruth Schriefer, Faculty in Iowa County, Jane Jensen, Faculty in Sheboygan County; Heather Quackenboss,  La Crosse County; […]

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HMoob Farm Financial Workshops

Learn financial basics and recordkeeping to access loans and grants to expand your farm! Presenters:  All presenters will speak in HMoob (Hmong) Sai Thao from Compeer Financial Ka Ying Vang from USDA NRCS Yee Thao from USDA FSA Addison Vang from UW-Madison Extension Yimmuaj Yang from Groundswell Conservancy Two locations: Pick the date and site best for you! Wednesday, […]

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Chippewa Valley Summer Activity Passport

Summer is a great time to set health goals.  The Chippewa Valley Summer Activity Passport is here to support you in this by providing you with ideas on where to find exciting opportunities not only in Dunn, Chippewa, and Eau Claire Counties.  Whether your goal is to exercise more or eat more fruits and veggies, […]

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Food Entrepreneurship Ecosystem Development (FEED) Project

FEED Project Virtual Summer 2021 Workshop Series Learn tips for starting or expanding a successful food business from Wisconsin-based specialists and entrepreneurs! This no-cost series of online trainings is for people who are interested in starting or expanding small-scale food businesses in Wisconsin. Starting a Farm- or Home-Based Food Business Monday, June 7th, 2021 2-3:30pm […]

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NEW CLASS ANNOUNCEMENT! WeCOPE – 7 Session Series

NEW CLASS ANNOUNCEMENT! WeCOPE – 7 Session Series WeCOPE is an evidence-based program that helps adults cope with life stress.  WeCOPE has been shown to reduce stress and depression, increase positive affect, and improve health behaviors in randomized trials.  ​ Managing life’s challenges in healthy ways allows participants to take better care of themselves and others. ​ This 7-week program meets via Zoom once […]

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“How to start therapy, asking for a friend” (Short Video + Resources)

How to start therapy, asking for a friend. This is a short and casual video describing how to start therapy with some tips and tricks added in from Stephanie Hintz, the Dunn County Human Development and Relationships Educator for UW-Madison Division of Extension Dunn County. Check out these resources for more support:  Health Dunn Right […]

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