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Hygge Hike – FREE Community Snowshoe Hike

Join us on Saturday, January 26th from 2-4:30 for the Hygge Hike, a FREE Community Snowshoe Hike on the Historic Montreal XC-Ski Trails. Followed by a bonfire, food and beverages at the Montreal City Hall! Hope to see you there! Call 715-561-2695 for more details.


Find Your Element: Felivelife.org Calendar Party!

Attention area businesses and organizations!  Enjoy an evening at Cold Iron Brewing and learn what felivelife.org is all about. What does “fe” mean? Why develop an online community calendar for the Gogebic Range? How do I use the calendar to promote events? All these questions and more will be answered over beers and free pizza […]


UW-Extension to Offer Winter Camp in January 2019

We are now accepting registrations for the upcoming Winter Camp that takes place on January 18-20 at Camp Crosswoods in Delta, WI.

Campers must be 14 years old OR in the 8th grade. Preferred registrants must be currently enrolled in the Iron County 4-H program or were counselors/counselors in training at the 2018 Iron County Summer Youth Camp. Parent chaperones are welcome.


FREE Well Water Test Kits for Qualifying Iron County Residents

Iron County residents who use well water as their primary drinking source are invited to participate in a study to better understand levels of naturally-occurring flouride and select metals in our groundwater. The Lake Superior Research Institute is working with 11 counties across northwestern Wisconsin to complete this study, including Douglas Bayfield, Ashland, Iron, Burrnett, […]


Meet our 2018 Summer Assistants!

Due to the popularity of Iron County’s summer youth programs, Iron County 4-H Youth Development Educator, Neil Klemme has enlisted the help of our two veteran summer assistants Felicia Herlevi and Emily Murphy and our newest summer assistant, Tandrell Foster. With their help, we are able to extend our outreach efforts to involve area youth […]