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2015 Walworth County Prairie Walk

This year’s prairie walk will be held at the Jack and Marcia Boeing property near East Troy. The importance of partnerships in prairie establishment and restoration projects is the topic of this year’s prairie walk. The Nature Conservancy, WI DNR and NRCS have all been a part of the public/private partnership involved in restoring this beautiful property adjacent to Booth Lake. Hannah Spaul from the Nature Conservancy will be the featured speaker.


2015 Food Preservation Workshops

2015 Food Preservation Workshops Brochure *All classes in this workshop series are currently full. To be added to a waiting list, call the UW-Extension office at 262-741-4951.* Do you remember the smells coming from your grandmother’s kitchen during food preservation season? Are you struggling with where to start? Join Master Food Preservers Jenny Wehmeier & […]


Way to Go Walworth County!

UW-Extension of Walworth County is excited to announce that Ron Ellis (Ellis Farms) from the town of Walworth was announced as the first place winner in the Wisconsin Soybean Yield Contest for Division 3.

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Strong Women Exercise Classes

The Strong Women Program is a fun, hands-on way to make positive changes to help you move more, eat better, meet new people, and improve your general health and well-being. A weekly exercise program for men and women of all ages, classes will include progressive weight training, cardiovascular exercise, flexibility, balance activities, and nutrition education.


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.