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Grant Programs and Financial Options For Farmers & Food Entrepreneurs

Are you looking for ways to develop your innovative agricultural business? Join us for a workshop designed to help you identify whether grants or other financial options might be right for you on Thursday, October 6th at Michael Fields Agricultural Institute, W2493 County Road ES, East Troy, WI. The workshop will begin at 9 a.m. […]


Beef Direct Marketing Workshop

As part of the Statewide 2016 Fall Beef meetings, Walworth, Rock, and Jefferson county UW-Extension offices will be hosting a program focusing on direct marketing beef animals. Agriculture agents from UW-Extension and a representative from the Wisconsin Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection will be presenting information on how to get started marketing, marketing […]


Farm Succession Live Webinars

UW-Extension is offering a series of webinars on farm succession and estate planning. Registration is $5/person/session or $25 for the complete series – cost includes materials and snacks. Pre-registration is required. Register online at: https://goo.gl/forms/kJ9ooiCT0YXuERMa2, by mail using the registration form or by contacting the Walworth County office at 262-741-4951 or peg.reedy@ces.uwex.edu. The farm succession webinar series continues […]


2016 Prairie Walk

Interested in learning about different pollinators and plant species that contribute to season-long food sources? Register here for the 2016 Walworth County Prairie Walk.


Raising a Thinking Child Program

If you are a parent of a 4-7 year-old and your child has experienced temper tantrums, difficulty making or keeping friends, impatience or interrupting, and/or not listening, Raising a Thinking Child workshop may be just right for you!


Emerald Ash Borer

Emerald Ash Borer, a serious pest of ash trees has been confirmed Walworth County and several other counties of Southeast Wisconsin. Homeowners can take steps to provide their trees with a measure of security but it must be done proactively.


Gypsy Moth

Have you seen these moths around? They may be more harmful to your trees than you think! Find out more at the Gypsy Moth in Wisconsin website.