Moats elected to Wisconsin 4-H Leadership Council

Buffalo County youth and adult represenatives from the Buffalo County 4-H Leaders Association participated in Wisconsin 4-H’s Fall Forum at Green Lake Conference Center November 3-5, 2017 in Green Lake, Wisconsin. Michelle Moats, Julia Moats and Morgan Guenther participated in activities related to building inclusivity through belonging in 4-H clubs. Michelle Moats was elected to […]

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Students Learn about Public Issues at Youth Government Day

University of Wisconsin-Extension Educator, Annie Lisowski, spoke with high school students from each of the four local Buffalo County high schools at Youth Government day on October 24, 2017. Lisowski helped students better understand how UW-Extension educators use university research and resources to help individuals, communities and county agencies make better decisions for their stakeholders. […]

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Quotes from Buffalo County 4-H Record Books

This is a compilation of some of our 4-H members’ record book stories. These are excerpts that were interesting, powerful or unique. Not all members are recognized and these are portions of stories from Service-Learning, Youth Leadership and Cloverbud pages only. These young people deserve to be applauded for taking the time to reflect on […]

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Buffalo County Partnership Council Recognized as Member of Alliance for Youth

The Buffalo County Partnership Council convened on Monday, September 11, 2017 at their first meeting of the 2017-2018 academic year. At their September meeting Buffalo County Partnership Council members welcomed new members and reviewed upcoming grant opportunities from the Northwest Coalition and the Department of Public Instruction. The coalition was recognized by the state as […]

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Buffalo youth featured in 4-H State Impact Report

2016 Wisconsin 4-H Foundational Topics Report (read the entire report here) In Buffalo County, teams of youth and adults received training to teach STEM content and skills – focusing on science, engineering, art and design, and teamwork – to younger students in both afterschool and summer programs. Of the 121 participants who completed an evaluation following […]

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