Salad Bowl Project

As a gardener you know the joys and benefits of watching something grow, nurturing and encouraging that little sprout to thrive and flourish. Most gardeners are able to tend their plants in outdoor settings with few restrictions. For others those restrictions can be quite extensive. Poor health, physical limitations and housing circumstances can have a […]

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Summer Happenings!

There are so many exciting camps going on this summer! The first camp we have this summer is Trails End Camp! Trails End is open for youth 3rd-7th grade and runs July 10th-13th. Join us for fun activities, including arts and crafts, team challenges, night hikes and games, swimming, campfires and more!!! Cloverbud Day Camps […]

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Babysitting Basics

Babysitting Basics is coming to YOU! If you are 12 and older, please consider this great opportunity to enhance your skills to support families in your community! If you love providing a safe and FUN environment for young children…this is for you! Classes will be held Friday June 2nd from 5:00-8:00 pm, Saturday June 3rd […]

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Tractor Safety Class dates for 2017

Price County Tractor Safety    June 5th– June 15th 2017 8:30-12:00 (Monday-Thursday) Class requirements of 24 hours plus driving test 12-18 years of age Cost: $20.00 Payable to UWEX Location: Phillips High School Please mail or email tractor-safety-registration- to 104 S Eyder Ave, Phillips WI 54555 or mailto:priceuwex@co.price.wi.us  

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Engaging the Power of Demographic Information for Communities

Dan Veroff, Demographic Specialist, Applied Population Laboratory / University of Wisconsin-Extension  Over the last decade or so, there has been an enormous increase in the availability of data of all kinds.  Where once accessing and using data was in the domain of experts, we can now get data quite easily from websites, apps, infographics, and from […]

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The Impact of 4-H

For more than a century, Wisconsin 4-H Youth Development has worked to engage youth participants throughout the state in leadership training, community-building experiences and experiential-learning opportunities to better their own lives and the lives of the people around them. For many youth, 4-H is the first class they take at the UW. Current 4-H Youth […]

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