Iron County Regional Trail Charrette, Oct. 4th

Charrette (noun): a meeting in which all stakeholders in a project attempt to resolve conflicts & map solutions. As part of ongoing efforts to expand non-motorized trails in Iron County, the Iron County Regional Trail Committee is hosting an exciting public visioning event.  All interested community members, neighbors, & partners are invited to participate in […]

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A Painting of Youth Empowerment in Local Community Development

Amy Nosal, AmeriCorps VISTA with Iron County UWEX, recently completed her 2nd year of service (and started her 3rd!).  To demonstrate her success working in Iron County, she shared the following report with AmeriCorps: A Painting of Youth Empowerment in Local Community Development Iron County is a rural county of approximately 6000 people located in […]

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Springtime is Mural Time!

Have you read the news?!  Hurley students are making a big statement in their community by creating a large and colorful mural right by the Montreal River.  Their images celebrate many good aspects of our community, including the seasons, wildlife, music, and food. Click HERE to read the article published yesterday by Your Daily Globe, and […]

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Springing into Summer Programs!

The snow this week tried to fool us, but we know spring is here.  And that means summer is just around the corner!  For Team FE, summer is a busy season filled with lots of programs that get young involved as leaders in community projects.  Here’s a sneak peak of what’s to come! Garden to Market: […]

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Winter’s Remembering of the Hurley Trestle Trailhead Design Project

As the winter storms blow through I think back to warmer days. Like the wonderful fall weather we had when Iron County UW-Extension launched it’s Hurley Trestle Trailhead Design Project.  The project is one of the most current and outstanding examples of our multidisciplinary work. Like many rural areas Iron County faces problems related to […]

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