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Add Your Community Hero During National Volunteer Week!

National Volunteer Week, April 12-18,2015, is about inspiring, recognizing and encouraging people to seek out imaginative ways to engage their communities. It’s about demonstrating to the nation that by working together, we have the fortitude to meet our challenges and accomplish our goals. National Volunteer Week is about taking action and encouraging individuals and their […]

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4-H Camp Kinnissippewa Camper Registration

  4-H Camp with Pierce, Pepin, Trempealeau and Buffalo Counties June 10-12, 2015 Campers in grades 3-8 Located at Kiwanis Scout Camp at Marine on St. Croix, MN $100 per camper (The real cost of camp is $120. $20 of each Buffalo County 4-H camper fee is paid by 4-H Leaders!) Register by April 1, […]

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Northern Area Shooting Sports Certification – May 1-2

A 4-H Shooting Sports Leader certification workshop will be held at the Price County Extension Office in Phillips on May 1-2. Any opportunity you have to share this date with your shooting sports volunteers will be most appreciated. The certification disciplines offered will be Archery, Rifle and Shotgun. Download a registration form or go to […]

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Buffalo County 4-H featured in Morning Ag Clips!

Morning Ag Clips from April 14, 2015   FOUNTAIN CITY, Wis. — Buffalo County 4-H’ers led a National Ag Day celebration that went beyond promoting agriculture to solving a real-world agriculture challenge. 4-H teen leaders Rachel Hovey of Lookout Legends 4-H and Abby George of Hilltop Climbers 4-H engaged 50 youth in an interactive “Water […]

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2015 Science Discovery Days

  More information coming soon… Tuesdays June 16, 23, July 7, 14, 21   9AM – 3PM at Cochrane – Fountain City School Wednesday June 17, 24, July 8, 15, 22  Noon – 4PM during summer school, other dates 9AM – 3PM at Mirror Lake in Mondovi

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First Generation 4-H Youth and Families

What does it mean to be “new” to Buffalo County 4-H? I recently had the opportunity to be a part of a national effort to better understand the answer to that question. If you did not “grow up in 4-H” it can sometimes be difficult to navigate our organization with our unseen rules, 4-H jargon […]

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Northern Wisconsin Show Pig Circuit

This group is a newly chartered group, with the purpose to educate youth swine producers through showing and educational clinics. Please help them market this opportunity to your swine members as the first year is free for everyone! If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me or anyone on the committee (information […]

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Small Ruminant Clinic

Join us on Monday, April 20 from 7:00-9:00pm at the Ag Service & Education Center in Baldwin for the Small Ruminant Clinic.  Small ruminants (goats & sheep) can be a great fit for small acreages and farms looking to diversify livestock operations.  This workshop will focus on the meat side of the business of raising […]

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2015 Buffalo County Fair Camping Registration

The Buffalo County Fair Board will begin accepting  Camping Registrations for the 2015 Buffalo County Fair May 1st,  2015.   Dont miss your chance to camp at the fair.  Spots fill up fast. 2015 Buffalo County Fair Camping Registration 

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State 4-H Plant Science Day – July 7th

State 4-H Plant Science Day A fun way to learn about Horticulture Science!!! Tuesday July 7th, 2015 Waushara County Fairgrounds, Wautoma, WI Plan now to participate in the State 4-H Plant Science Day event to be held July 8th at the Waushara County Fairgrounds in Wautoma. Youth in grades 3-13 can test their knowledge about […]

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Underage Drinking is Unsafe, Unhealthy and Unacceptable

The Buffalo County Partnership Council is pleased to join Drug Free Action Alliance and honorary chair, and national sports icon, Clark Kellogg to share the message; Parents Who Host, Lose The Most: Don’t be a party to teenage drinking. Each day, approximately 8,000 youth across the nation will take their first drink of alcohol. Alcohol […]

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Merrick State Park 2015 Summer Programs

Looking for some fun family or club events for the summer?  Check out what Merrick State Park has to offer. 2015 Merrick State Park Summer Programs   Classes are free.  Only pay for park admission. Directions:  Go about 2.8 miles north from Fountain City or 5.5 miles south from Cochrane on State Highway 35. The park entrance is […]

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Adopt- A- Highway Safety Information

The Department of Transportation provides educational resources addressing safety when participating in Adopt- A- Highway projects. The following videos include information regarding meth lab waste recognition and other related hazardous materials that may be found along the roadside as well as general safety information for youth and adults to be aware of to ensure the […]

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Northwestern Wisconsin 4-H STEM Project Leaders Training

UW-Barron County Campus Saturday May 2, 2015 10:00 a.m.—3:00 p.m.   Are you a 4-H project leader, 4-H activities  leader, 4-H After School Volunteer Coordinator or a 4-H volunteer with an interest in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) Education? Are you interested in expanding your knowledge in physics, electricity, robotics or learning how to develop interactive STEM […]

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4-H Members prepare for Space Camp

Morgan Guenther and and Tyler Brantner of Lookout Legends 4-H Club traveled to Madison, Wisconsin to the Space Place on Saturday March 30 for 4-H Space Camp orientation.  The youth were put in groups and had to complete some space stations.  They played space bingo, space mad libs, space jeopardy, space pictionary, and made the […]

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