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Join us for a strength training class! Strength training helps with physical health (lifting, bending, balance, fall prevention) as well as mental health (improves mood and attitude, decreases depression, sound sleep). After each class, enjoy a social at the Suring Public Library! You can register here or call 920-834-6845.
If you own or rent farm land in Wisconsin, how much do you understand about the process of renting that land? Do you need a contract? What should be in the contract? How much is the land really worth? These and other questions that surround the process of renting farm land are the focus of […]
Farms make difficult, financially important decisions every day. At this time of the year, some of the most important ones are marketing grain, considering end-of-year tax management, land rent bids, and planning for 2024 crop expenses. All of these critical decisions will be discussed at a free workshop being held on Wednesday, December 6 at […]
Planning AHEAD is a virtual 7-session course (one hour each) that guides participants through 7 topics. This course features a free workbook to help people with the tasks and decisions associated with end-of-life. You can register here or by calling 920-834-6845.
Exercise and movement for your care recipient and yourself has many health benefits – physically, emotionally, and mentally. A progressive strength training program offered in Oconto County is Strong Bodies. Strong Bodies is a community-based strength training program aimed at mid-life and aging individuals. The benefits of strength training for older individuals have been studied […]
Aging adults commonly fear falling. Limit risk of injury through exercise and home safety strategies. Are you able to find all the hazards from Falls Free Wisconsin Safety Challenge?? https://fallsfreewi.org/prevent-falls/surround/interactive-home-walk-through/
Helping urban and rural people use research and knowledge to solve problems and take advantage of new opportunities
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Benefiting youth by providing an alternative method for adjudicating first-time juvenile offenders and giving them a chance to take accountability for their actions