We are excited to announce the next parenting series being offered by UW-Madison, Division of Extension. Register today or share this information with anyone you may know that would be interested or benefit from participating in this great learning opportunity, Teen Positive Parenting Program (Triple P) for parents of children between 12-16. Register here: http://bit.ly/TriplePTeen The […]
Join a free online parenting class every Thursday at 7 PM. Connect with other parents. Get practical, positive parenting ideas. Help children grow. Click each class name to register below. When you register, you will receive an email with a link that gives you access to the class using Zoom. Check your junk mail if […]
Outstanding board leadership is a critical component of being a successful cooperative business. Great boards don’t just happen, they are built and honed. Governance training is critical to developing a productive and forward-thinking board and ensuring a positive relationship between the board and management. Directors have many duties and responsibilities. Every director has a unique […]
There are some new changes coming in 2023 to antibiotic regulations for livestock. The FDA’s Center for Veterinary Medicine (CVM) plan for supporting veterinary antimicrobial stewardship is scheduled to be fully implemented in 2023. As part of this plan, all remaining over-the-counter (OTC) antibiotics used in production agriculture are scheduled to be switched to prescription-only. […]
The new 2022 Polk County Plat Books are now available for purchase the the Polk County Extension office. We are located on the ground floor in suite G600. All plat books are $40.00, we do not accept cards, only cash or check. Please make all checks out to the Polk County 4-H Leaders Federation.
May is Mental Health Awareness Month, and although it’s important to prioritize your well-being all year long, the busy spring season brings unique stressors for farmers and other ag professionals. Joy Kirkpatrick, a farm succession specialist with the University of Wisconsin–Madison Division of Extension, offers tips for managing mental health during the busy spring season. […]
What to do if flood waters entered your garden? For your garden, the most conservative approach is to destroy any produce that comes into direct contact with floodwater. And whether exposed directly or indirectly to floodwater, any produce that is meant to be eaten raw should not be consumed. To find more information about consuming produce from flooded areas check out […]