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2020 Chequamegon Bay Economic Development Summit

Join partners from across the Chequamegon Bay to participate in a lively discussion of economic development in the region with UW-Madison Extension Specialists.  Thursday and Friday, October 22 and 23 from 9-11am. This event is free and hosted via Zoom.  Register at https://www.tinyurl.com/ChequamegonSummit.

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Highlights of Taking Care of You Starts October 20th!

Explore ways to take better care of yourself and manage stress in biweekly 45-minute Zoom sessions! Three Extension Educators serving Bayfield, Douglas, Iron, Green and Lafayette Counties are teaming up to provide the Highlights of Taking Care of You series starting October 20th!   This 4-week series meets Tuesdays and Thursdays from 12:15-1:00pm, October 20, 22, […]

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Explore Northern Iron County Backyard Adventure Month

Extension Iron County and NICER (Northern Iron County Engaged Residents) invite you to participate in the Explore Northern Iron County Backyard Adventure Month, which will be taking place the whole month of September! What a great way to learn more about the unique natural and historical locations that Northern Iron County has to offer!
15 LOCATIONS! FAMILY FRIENDLY FUN! COOL PRIZES!

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Highlights of Taking Care of You – 2 September Series to Choose From!

Explore ways to take better care of yourself and manage stress in weekly 1-hour Zoom sessions! Extension Educators from Douglas, Iron, Green and Lafayette Counties are teaming up to provide the Highlights of Taking Care of You series this September.   This 4-week series has 2 times to choose from:   Wednesdays, 6-7 pm CST September […]

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Extension Iron County Committee Update

With much of the Extension Iron County programming being affected by COVID-19, the decision was made to put the July Iron County Extension Education Committee meeting on hold. Instead, the educators and staff decided to create 2 newsletters to let committee members know that even though the world is in the midst of a pandemic, they continue to work on some great projects and programs this summer. If you would like to check out the newsletters, continue reading.

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