Ways to Help in Washington County

  • Making the Most of Your Food Donations pdf_icon_sm– A University of Wisconsin-Extension fact sheet on how to give healthy, food-safe items to your Washington County Neighbors through donations to local food pantries and meal sites.
  • Volunteer at a local food pantry or meal site (scroll down to Local Nutrition Assistance Programs heading/listing underneath the SNAP-ED/FoodWIse Partner Agencies listings – SNAP-ED/FoodWIse Partner Agencies)

Fall weather can be variable, from mild to freezing temperatures, bare ground to snow.  The best information to help you safely harvest a deer is the University of Wisconsin-Extension publication So You Got a Deer.

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Nutrition Education Staff

Renee Vertin, RDN, CD

Senior Lecturer
Vacant

FoodWIse Nutrition Coordinator (SNAP-Ed/FoodWIse)
FoodWIse Nutrition Educator(SNAP-Ed/FoodWIse)

B.S. Nutrition & Medical Dietetics-University of Illinois at Chicago

B.S. Insurance-Ferris State University

Master Food Preserver Volunteer

Phone: 262-335-4799
Phone: 262-335-4799


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UW-Extension Washington County
333 E. Washington Street, Suite 1200
PO Box 2003
West Bend, WI 53095-2003
Fax: 262-335-4863
Relay: “711”