Backyard Maple Tapping Class: Saturday February 23

Whether you’re not sure how to identify a sugar maple tree or you’ve been tapping trees for years, this is an opportunity to pick up some new tips on producing your own maple syrup! 2 convenient times and locations. Must pre-register, max class size is 25. For full details and registration, CLICK HERE!

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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.

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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 […]

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Felivelife.org Introduces Gogebic Range Calendar

For the Gogebic Range community of Iron County, WI and Gogebic County, MI, the challenge isn’t finding something to do, it’s trying to find a place to learn about everything going on! Iron County UW-Extension and partners proudly present felivelife.org, a new community tool to find a wide range of community events.  Posting events is […]

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Klemme Featured On Wiconsin Public Radio

Neil Klemme, Iron County 4-H Youth Development Educator was featured on Wisconsin Public Radio, Central Time, where he discussed the work he has been doing to engage youth in community development projects.

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In My Backyard: Turning a Chore into Feeding Ourselves and the Community

Darrin Kimbler, Iron County UW-Extension Horticulture Educator Originally published in the Wisconsin Master Gardener Volunteer Vibe, June 2017 I would like to tell you about my front yard today.  When we moved to our little forty-acre farm in the far Northwoods in 2013, it came with a two-acre lawn.  The only things in those two […]

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