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Horse Project Used Tack Sale

The Horse Project will be sponsoring a Used Tack Sale on Saturday, February 16 from 9:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m. Vendors are welcome. Hot Lunch and Bake Sale on site. More information available on the 2019 4-H TACK SALE FLYER.

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Camp Counselor Applications Now Available

Before you know it, Summer will be here and that means 4-H Summer Camp. This year camp will be held July 30-August 1, 2019 at Camp Upham Woods, Wisconsin Dells. Youth in Grades 9-13 are encouraged to apply to be a camp counselor. Camp Counselor Application 2019 is due by March 1, 2019 by mail or […]

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2019 Speaking & Demonstration Contest

The 2019 Speaking & Demonstration Contest will be held February 23, 2019 at 9:00 a.m. at Seneca Schools. To register: email the following information to Steph: Name Grade Title of Performance (please submit when registering, this helps us with arrangement of the program). Category Any Special accommodations required, if yes please describe. Additional information can […]

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Livestock Tags available for 2019 Crawford County Fair

Livestock Tags and ID forms are now available at the UW-Extension office for the 2019 Crawford County Fair and Meat Animal Auction. All Junior Beef, Sheep, Swine and Meat Goat exhibitors planning on exhibiting and selling at the fair must have their animals tagged and ID forms filled out by May 1, 2019. You may […]

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DAIRY REVENUE PROTECTION PROGRAM – Gays Mills – January 22

  Area Dairy farmers are invited to attend an informational meeting on the new USDA Dairy Revenue Protection Program with Mark Stephenson, UW Center for Dairy Profitability. Topics include: Overview of Dairy Revenue Protection Program Updates to the Margin Protection Program Overview of Dairy Programs (MPP and LGM) FSA Implementation Expected returns, decision making tools […]

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We are pleased to announce Amanda Griswold is our new Human Development and Relationships Educator!!!

Amanda comes to Crawford County UW-Extension with a Bachelor of Science degree in Human Development and Family Studies with a minor in the Arts. Additionally, she is a certified Family Life Educator from the National Council of Family Relations. She is a lifetime resident of Crawford County with a strong commitment to serve our community with the same passion she has demonstrated as Parent Educator at Crossing Rivers Health – Family Resource Center for over eleven years and Crawford County Fair Coordinator for the past six years.

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4-H ONLINE ENROLLMENT-NOW OPEN!

Interested in enrolling in 4-H? We’re excited to have you! If you are new to 4-H, take a look at the Crawford County 4-H Brochure  to choose a 4-H Club. Contact the club leader and let them know you are interested in joining their club. They will give you the specific details on when club […]

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