… the reduction in funding for Extension services will have ripple effects throughout Lincoln County communities. Letter to Lincoln County Residents As of November 2, 2022, the Lincoln County Board has chosen to discontinue most of its portion of financial support for Lincoln County Extension programming beginning in 2023. It chose to maintain its investment […]
Are you a Lincoln County 4-H Volunteer that needs to complete a training or two? Join us at ‘Let’s Get ‘Em Done’ day. Three training sessions will be offered just for you. Training will begin at 6pm. Register and select training by April 3rd at https://bit.ly/4htraining23. Trainings Offered: Title IX, Building Safe Spaces, & VIP […]
I know there’s still snow on the ground…but think camp chaperones, travel chaperones, staff who haven’t completed it yet, or any volunteers that are interested in this topic… Required for all volunteers that could possibly be on an overnight experience with 4-H Youth. The following link shares more information on the training along with other […]
Reminder there is a mandatory sheep and swine meeting that will be held on Monday, March 13 at 7pm at the Lincoln County Service Building (Extension office). Anyone who is interested in showing and selling market sheep or swine at the fair, must attend this meeting! Any questions email: Lincolncomass@gmail.com
Ever wonder what it takes to raise a rabbit? Want to meet other 4-H members interested in Rabbits? Then this is the program for you! March 14, 2023 in room 156, lower level Lincoln County Service Center. Email Melissa at email@example.com if you are planning on attending.
Join us on April 15 for an adventure of discovery to UW-Madison’s Science Expedition. Enjoy hands-on activities, exciting demonstrations, and tour cool spaces all around campus. Youth in grades 3+ are invited! The $20 registration includes transportation, ice cream, and supper. Register today at https://bit.ly/4HUWMSCIENCE23. Space is limited. Registration will close when full or by March 29.
Safe Disposal of Medications More than 2.9 million opioid prescriptions are written every year in Wisconsin. And when unused or expired medications start to pile up, it’s easy for them to fall into the wrong hands. Far too often, medications that get overlooked cause unintended harm or become a gateway to misuse. Disposal Option: Permanent […]
Starting this year, all 4-H Volunteers are required to report incidents of sexual misconduct that take place in Extension programs and Title IX training on how to report concerns is required to be completed before volunteers can be approved. How to check if you need the training: To take the training: Important Notes:
An EEO/AA employer, University of Wisconsin-Madison Division of Extension provides equal opportunities in employment and programming, including Title VI, Title IX, the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act requirements.