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StrongBodies

UW Madison – Division of Extension is offering a new session of virtual StrongBodies classes on ZOOM. Strength training has been shown to reduce the risk of chronic diseases such as diabetes, heart disease, osteoporosis and arthritis. Strength training also increases strength, muscle mass, and bone density. Join us to start or continue moving and […]

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Farm Ready Research

Farm Ready Research is Extension’s agriculture winter webinar meeting series for farmers and ag professionals. Learn the most up-to-date information on topics from dairy and livestock production to forage and farm management. Check the website now for upcoming sessions. Farm Ready Research Webinar Series – Extension (wisc.edu)

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WI Cover Crop Conference

On Thursday, February 24, Farmers and agricultural professionals from around the state are coming together to share and learn about all things cover crops. No matter your experience, there’ll be something for everyone! For full agenda and registration go to Wisconsin Cover Crops Conference – Crops and Soils

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Wise Wisconsin

Wise Wisconsin is a life span program virtual learning series. Join us to connect with others and learn about topics like truly taking care of yourself, planning for the future, gardening and more! Registration and a full schedule of detailed session information will be set out by mid-January. Check back here then for more information.

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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, January 26, 2022 […]

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Pesticide Applicator Training

Eau Claire County and the State of Wisconsin are offering Pesticide Applicator Trainings in December 2021 and February/March 2022. December 7 –  Private Applicators will have the option to do online training.  You must pay the training fee with materials of $40.00 either at the Eau Claire County Extension office or at the UW PAT […]

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Focus on Forage Webinars

There will be three Focus on Forage webinars in 2022. They will be held January 26, February 2, and February 9. All webinars run from 12:30-1:30 PM. All the information can be found on the Focus on Forage flyer. They are part of the Farm Ready Research Webinar Series. Registration Information, as well as all […]

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Heart of the Farm-Women in Agriculture 2021-2022 “Coffee Chats” Series

University of Wisconsin-Madison Division of Extension’s Heart of the Farm-Women in Agriculture program will be starting its statewide online “Coffee Chats” Fall/Winter 2021/22 series on Thursday, December 2 from 12:00-1:00 PM. Coffee Chats will be held the first Thursday of the month through February 3, 2022. Scheduled speakers are as follows: December 2 – Katie […]

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COVID Testing and Vaccines

Where can I get a COVID test? Where can I get a vaccine? How about children? The Eau Claire City-County Health Department has a lot of information on COVID-19 Testing and vaccination opportunities. Please see the information below for that information. Local COVID-19 Testing Sites Jacob’s Well Testing & Vaccination Clinic COVID Vaccine for Children […]

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2022 Virtual Nutrient Management Training for Farmers

This year’s Nutrient Management is virtual. The Nutrient and Pest Management Program (University of Wisconsin-Madison) is offering a virtual training for farmers interested in writing their own nutrient management plans. This training will provide both the basics of nutrient management and introduction to SnapPlus. Please click on the links below for dates, schedule, registration process, […]

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