Tips for Food Safety During Time of COVID-19

Everyone is working hard right now to keep ourselves, our family, and our communities healthy. Two important practices we can all do to protect against COVID-19, also commonly referred to as Coronavirus, is to maintain physical distancing of 6 feet while on essential trips, such as getting food, and frequent hand washing. There is much […]

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Extension’s role in Addressing Wisconsin’s Opioid Crisis 

As Extension returns home to UW-Madison, we are uniquely positioned to respond to complex issues like Wisconsin’s opioid crisis.  To learn more about Extension’s opioid programming and community outreach efforts, read our fact sheet below: Extension’s role in Addressing Wisconsin’s Opioid Crisis

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Forest County Head Start Students Participate in Color Me Healthy

During the month of November Crandon and Wabeno Head Start students participated in the Color Me Healthy program through Forest County UW-Extension, FoodWIse. Karly Harrison, FoodWIse Coordinator, provided each Head Start with the series of four nutrition lessons focused on identifying different fruits and vegetables, the colors of fruits and vegetables, and the importance of […]

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