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Wisconsin Celebrates Pollinator Week June 20 – 26

  Pollinators in Wisconsin and around the world are facing population declines for many reasons. You can get involved in Wisconsin Celebrates Pollinator Week and help pollinators in many ways! Learn more about pollinators with free webinars, find pollinators and habitat in a scavenger hunt, submit artwork for the poster contest, participate in local activities and use […]

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2022 MN TOUR

Open to youth in Pierce, Polk & St. Croix Counties Travel Destination: Twin Cities, MN Grades: Completed 5-8 Cost: $50 / youth / experience Registration Deadline: June 27, 2022 Capacity: 50 youth (first come/first serve) July 7 – St. Paul Service Project – Feed My Starving Children Wabasha Street Caves St. Paul Gangster Tour MN […]

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PRIORITIZING MENTAL HEALTH ON THE FARM

Joy Kirkpatrick, a farm succession specialist with the University of Wisconsin–Madison Division of Extension, offers tips for managing mental health during the busy spring season.       https://www.cooperativeownership.com/around-the-table/prioritizing-mental-health/

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Hay Pricing Spring 2022

Hay Pricing Spring 2022 The value of standing alfalfa hay can vary tremendously. Potential yield, dry hay prices, and harvest costs all play a factor. This short video walks buyers and sellers through considerations for pricing standing alfalfa hay to aid in their negotiations for the upcoming growing season. Helpful Links of Interest: Upper Midwest […]

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WeCOPE & Practicing the Pause Programs Available

The popular WeCOPE series is being offered again!  WeCOPE is a free 6-week series that teaches skills to reduce stress and increase positive emotions. Practicing the Pause, a weekly self-care opportunity, is 30 minutes in length, and participants can drop in whenever it works best. Information and registration links for both opportunities are listed below. […]

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Hunger Prevention Council Seeks Intern for Summer of 2022

The Hunger Prevention Council is now accepting applications for an intern to manage our pantry garden program. Visit https://www.hungerpreventioncouncil.com/news/hpc-seeks-intern-for-summer-of-2022 for more information. Garden Intern Job Application Garden Intern Job Description Send your complete application to katie.barko@wisc.edu

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Youth and Adult Mental Health First Aider Trainings

Adult and Youth Mental Health First Aid dates have been released for the first quarter of the year! To sign up for trainings, please read the attached flyers or go to the WiROSE website – https://wirose.wisc.edu/community-programming/ Adult Mental Health First Aider Flyer Youth Mental Health First Aider Flyer

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