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5 Ways To Prune Trees And Promote Growth

When temperatures warm in late winter and early spring, it’s a good time to take advantage of these conditions to plan tree pruning. This practice helps maintain the size of trees, allows better light penetration into their crowns, minimizes disease, promotes better bloom, increases safety by removing dead and broken branches and enhances their overall […]

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Heart of the Farm- Women in Agriculture Conference

Join us for the 2017 Heart of the Farm- Women in Agriculture Conference on Tuesday, March 21st at the Mead Wildlife Education and Visitor Center. Program 9:30 am: Introductions 10:00 am: Communication is Key!  Lyssa Seefeldt, Agriculture Agent, Marquette  County. Communication on a farm is critical to the success of the farm.  Understanding what motivates […]

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Financial Lunch and Learn

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The UW-Extension office is hosting a series of free Financial Capability classes, designed to teach basic financial principles to attendees, and provide them with information and resources to make better decisions regarding their money.

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January-March Food News Flash

In 2017, we are changing the frequency of the Food News Flash. It will now be published quarterly, but is still full of great information, tips, recipes and educational opportunities.

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Healthy Soil, Healthy Water Workshop

Monday, March 6, 2017 8:30-3:00pm Marshfield Agricultural Research Station 2611 Yellowstone Dr., Marshfield, WI At the Healthy Soil, Healthy Water Workshop, farmers and others in the Wisconsin River Basin will hear firsthand from individuals involved in locally-led efforts to build soil health, conserve nutrients, reduce erosion, and improve water quality. Keynote speakers Shane Wucherpfennig and Rick […]

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Wisconsin Cranberry Growers Look To Future Markets

Wisconsin growers produced between 5.85 and 5.9 million barrels of cranberries in 2016, according the Wisconsin State Cranberry Growers Association. That harvest would come close to a record they set in 2013 with a crop of more than 6 million barrels — about 6 million pounds, as a barrel equals about 100 pounds of fruit. A […]

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Tax Credits for Low- and Moderate-Income Working Families

Many low- and moderate-income working families in Wisconsin may qualify for thousands of dollars in tax credits at tax time. Together, the federal Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) and the state Earned Income Credit can provide anywhere from a few dollars to more than $8000, depending on household income, marital status, and number of children in the household.

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