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2019 4-H ArtBEAT!

Can you hear the BEAT?  What BEAT?  ArtBEAT!  What BEAT?  ArtBEAT!  It is time to start thinking about and planning to participate in our 2019 WI 4-H ArtBEAT!  4-H ArtBEAT! was created for 4-H members in grades 3-5 and their parents and leaders and is the introductory program for Wisconsin 4-H Arts and Communication!  ArtBEAT! […]

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Citizenship Washington Focus 2019

Every summer, high school students from across the country travel to Washington, D.C. to participate in Citizenship Washington Focus (CWF), 4‑H’s premier leadership and citizenship program for high school students.  CWF is more than a Washington, D.C. field trip – it’s an opportunity for 4‑H’ers to learn how to be citizen leaders and make a […]

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American Spirit EAST Experience 2019

Don’t miss out an opportunity of a lifetime by participating in the 2019 American Spirit EAST Experience.  The State 4-H office will be facilitating two weeks of American Spirit EAST in 2019; June 7-16 or July 5-14. You can find more information on our website: The American Spirit Experience is truly an incredible opportunity […]

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Space Camp 2019

Are you interested in Space, Science, Technology, Teamwork and so much more? If you answered yes, then you should check out our WI 4-H Space Camp Experience in 2019! Space Camp is just as you might imagine – it’s a camp experience where you learn and experience about life as an astronaut, working at NASA, […]


Back to school food safety!

Back to school food safety in three easy steps: 1. Freezable ice packs 2. Insulated lunch containers 3. Plan to pick and prep food that travels well    

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Under Pressure!

Planning to preserve some of this year’s harvest? If you are using a pressure canner it is recommended that you test your dial gauge annually. Gauges can be dropped off M-F 8-4:00 at the Sawyer County Extension Office. Cost for testing is FREE!