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What’s New About Eggs?

Eggs are a low-cost, high quality source of protein. Egg nutrients perform many important roles; to name a few, they contribute to eye health and brain function, and they help to prevent birth defects in preborn babies. Check out a UW-Extension webpage under “Eggs” for web resources on coloring/handling eggs safely, deciphering carton dates, raising […]

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Plan Commission Workshop

Topic: Conservation Subdivision Design- Environmental Merits and Barriers to Implementation Wednesday, April 15, 2015 6:00 – 8:30 pm Waukesha County Administration Center – Cafeteria Fee: $30 Register by April 10th Presenter: Aslı Göçmen, Assistant Professor of Urban and Regional Planning, UW-Madison Panelists: Henry Elling, Summit Village Administrator/Zoning Administrator Matt Neumann, Neumann Land Development Nick Patera, […]

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Bite into a Healthy Lifestyle is the Slogan for March 2015

National Nutrition Month® is an annual education and information campaign sponsored by the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. The campaign encourages the public and media to focus on the importance of making informed food choices and developing sound eating and physical activity habits. Videos and articles on a wide variety of related topics are found […]

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Are You Money Smart?

Money Smart Week financial educational sessions and events are scheduled for April 18-25, 2015 in Washington County, including document shredding events, the Big Read at libraries, and Fraud Bingo at senior centers. Attend one or more to be Money Smart!

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4-H Communication and Arts Festival

Communication and creativity are life skills that are crucial for the 21st century workforce. 4-H youth have the chance to showcase these skills at the Communication and Arts Festival on Saturday, March 21. Music and drama performances are open to the public from 12:30-2:30 pm. For location information and a schedule, visit the festival webpage.

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Non-Profit Toolbox – Logic Models Brown Bag Session

A free workshop for nonprofits will provide an informal, peer-to-peer networking session to gain a better understanding of Logic Models. Participants will work in small groups of two to three agencies per table to share feedback and enhance each other’s Logic Models. Thursday, March 19, from 11:30am-1pm at UW-Washington County.

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Nonprofit Toolbox Trainings

Based on the feedback from our previous sessions on Logic Models and Indicators for Measuring Outcomes, the Nonprofit Toolbox Coalition is excited to announce three additional follow-up trainings! Attending the previous trainings is not a prerequisite for attending these additional three opportunities. Session Dates: Thursday, March 19, from 11:30am-1pm: Brown Bag Session on Logic Models […]

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Value in the Work of UW-Extension

SNAP-Ed/WNEP values its partnership with Casa Guadalupe Education Center Inc., and is pleased to have been among the organizations providing health-related seminars and activities in 2014 through the Latino Healthy Lifestyle Choices Project. Statewide, UW-Extension work is valued by partners and learners alike, as seen in this 1½ minute video clip.

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New: Zombie Survival Summer Camp!

Do you know a middle school student who is looking for a new challenge? Sign them up for the 4-H Youth Development Zombie Survival Summer Camp! Youth will see if they are prepared for a zombie apocalypse or any real life natural disaster through simulation games and other hands-on activities. Registration information is available on […]

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