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StrongBodies Summer Session

Extension Oconto County will again be offering its Strong Bodies classes as part of its Health Promotion Program. Classes will be offered in Oconto Falls at Grace Lutheran Church, 501 S. Main Street. The 8-week Summer session will be held twice weekly on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 9-10:00 a.m., class begins on June 11th. The […]

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Oconto County Teen Court Seeks Teen Panelists

Are you entering grades 9-12 and wanting to make a difference in your community while meeting other teens from all over Oconto County? Would you like meaningful experience to list on a resume or college application? We have an opportunity for you! Teen Court meets once a month to hear cases of first-time youth offenders […]

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Oconto County Breakfast on the Farm

Where Peterson’s Dairy LLC 6370 Goatsville Road, Lena When Sunday June 9th, 2019 8:00 – 1:00 p.m. *Sunrise service at 7:00 a.m.* Cost Adults $8 Children (4-10) $4 Children3andunder FREE Click here for more information!  

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Pullorum Testing for Poultry

The Wisconsin Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection (DATCP) is waiving certain poultry testing requirements due to a shortage of an antigen used for testing. As a result, poultry owners do not need to test their birds for the pullorum-typhoid disease while the waiver is in effect. “The occurrence of pullorum-typhoid is rare and […]

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Plan Commissioner Training Registration

Registration is now open for new Plan Commissioners in Towns, Villages and Cities. Trainings are held in local municipal buildings or by agreed upon locations. Face to face and one on one trainings are being scheduled. Just simply contact our office to make the time. One hour to 3 hour sessions can be arranged based […]

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Test Well Water for Bacteria in the Spring

Spring is an important time of year for people who rely on well water or a private well for their drinking water supply. The groundwater which supplies your well starts as precipitation in the form of melting snow and spring rains. In the spring, precipitation recharges the groundwater supply. Because this recharge of groundwater can […]

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Extension has a New Email Address

With our transition under UW-Madison comes some changes. One of them being our email addresses. For a complete list of updated email addresses for our agents please click here. Note you can still use our old “ces.uwex.edu” email address and emails will just be forwarded to the new “wisc.edu” email address. However, we prefer you […]

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