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Pack a Safe Lunch 101

Back to School Food Safety Reminders by www.fightbac.org (Partnership for Food Safety Education)     When it’s back-to-school time, Fight BAC!® wants to remind parents and families across the country that the first important lesson of the school year is packing a safe lunch. All it takes is a quick refresher course: When it’s time […]

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August – September 2016 4-H Newsletter

The August/September 4-H Newsletter contains LOTS of information including … Semi-Annual 4-H Leaders Council Meeting – September 21 Leaders Council Board and Meeting Announcement Teen Leader Meetings Officer Training Fair Volunteer Opportunities Rifle/Air Rifle Practices Archery Practice Displaying Fruits, Vegetables, Flowers, Houseplants, Crops Workshop – August 18 Window Displays Community Service Challenge Trips and Awards […]

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Dollars During Development

Teach the children in your care essential money skills. Help young children learn about math and money with age appropriate games, books and lessons. Providing children financial information and knowledge early creates more confident and engaged adult consumers. Dollars for Development is a free program being offered to child care providers, early childhood teachers, parent […]

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June Calumet Pipeline Newsletter

Click to download the June Pipeline Newsletter. Articles and workshops include Bilingual Dairy Employee Videos Tractor Safety Courses What is Heat Stress – UW-Extension Agriculture Podcast Forage Twilight Meeting Hay Market Report – May 23, 2016 What is Standing Alfalfa Worth in 2016? What is Happening in the Corn Plant during the Month of June? […]

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15 Tons of Electronics Recently Recycled in Calumet County

Local residents delivered nearly 15 tons of waste electronics to the county’s recent electronics recycling programs.  That’s a 50% increase over materials delivered by residents in Calumet County’s 2015 collection programs. There were 330 total participating households that utilized the programs, which were held in Chilton and Harrison. Why are waste electronics banned from landfill […]

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