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On The Radio! Payroll Protection Program – Links and More Information

The UW educators take to the airwaves, appearing on the local radio stations, sharing many of the good resources that Extension Lincoln County provides.  Don’t worry if you missed us!  You can listen to the WJJQ radio spot online:  WJJQ News Podcasts  Look under “Morning Conversations” for UW Extension. WJMT doesn’t their broadcasts available online, […]

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Resources for Lincoln County Residents During the COVID-19 Emergency

Extension Lincoln County has put together a page of resources to help during the COVID-19 emergency:  Being Calm and Prepared for COVID-19 This webpage has resources to help with the financial, physical, emotional, and social implications of the current health crisis and is updated regularly as the situation evolves. We need to work together to […]

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Identity Theft: Protect & Prevent

Join us for a virtual presentation on identity theft! Tuesday, March 16th, 2:00 – 3:00 pm Join us and learn about identity theft—from what it is and how it happens to learning how to spot it, how to protect yourself, and steps to take if you are a victim. Helpful resources will be shared during […]

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Calling All Teens: Learn to Strengthen Your Calm

Today’s teens face many challenges. They are being pulled in many different directions at one time, with little guidance on how to deal with the multiple demands placed on them. This FREE introduction to Strengthen you Calm is a one-session zoom-led mindfulness workshop that introduces teens to strategies and techniques that will help them focus […]

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Join us for “Written Off” a Documentary on the Struggles of Opioid Addiction

Over the last several years, significant strides have been made to combat the opioid crisis. According to the Wisconsin Department of Health Services, from 2017 to 2019 the opioid-related deaths in Wisconsin declined by 1.8% and opioid-related emergency room visits declined by 16.8%.  Although these numbers are encouraging, there are still hundreds and thousands of […]

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Help the 4-H Ambassadors Food Drive!

Lincoln County 4-H Ambassadors need your help! They will be collecting items for the Kinship of Tomahawk. Drop off location will be at the Lincoln County Extension Office 801 N Sales Street in Merrill or H&R Block in Tomahawk. HELP the Ambassadors WIN the friendly competition against Langlade County 4-H Ambassadors.

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Heart of the Farm: Developing your Farm Product Brand

Join us for a Heart of the Farm video Coffee Chat! March 8, 2021 10:00 am – 11:00 am Developing your Farm Product Brand Speaker: Jenni Gavin, Gavin Farms, Reedsburg, WI. Ever wanted to brand and market your farm’s product? Jenny Gavin will discuss how she and her husband developed a brand and began to […]

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Navigating the Paycheck Protection Program

Navigating the Paycheck Protection Program Your Lincoln County Extension Office is here to help you navigate the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP). We are hosting a meeting on February 16th, from 12:00 – 1:00 pm, where you can learn more about the Paycheck Protection Program (1st and 2nd Draw PPP Loans) through the US Small Business […]

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Heart of the Farm: How to Read and Understand Your Milk Check

Join us for a Heart of the Farm video Coffee Chat! Feburary 8, 2021 10:00 am – 11:00 am How to Read and Understand Your Milk Check Speaker: Mark Stephenson, Director of Dairy Policy Analysis and Center for Dairy Profitability and the University of Wisconsin-Madison, Division of Extension Are you confused about what is printed […]

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Looking for the Voices of Rural Wisconsin Students

THE VOICES OF WISCONSIN STUDENTS PROJECT LEARNING, COPING, AND BUILDING RESILIENCE DURING COVID-19 Looking to add more voices of rural students!  Be a part of this important work.  Looking for middle and high school students. The Wisconsin Department of Health Services (DHS), the Medical College of Wisconsin, and the Wisconsin Institute for Public Policy and […]

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