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Farm Barn Meetings

Join us November 1 and 9 from 8:00 – 9:30 pm for the 2016 Quality Milk Council Farm Barn Meeting and learn from industry experts about Alfalfa Dollars & Sense, NDF Digestibility, Selling unused Colostrum, and Cattle Trailer Safety.


Spending Plan Workshops

Money Management : Creating a Spending Plan Putting your financial goals in writing can make them seem more concrete and achievable. The Creating a Spending Plan Workshop teaches basic money management, decision making, and ways to organize personal finances. Consumers who improve their household credit management to enhance financial security will benefit their communities by boosting […]


Unearthing a New Invader | Jumping Worms

Jumping Worms The latest invader is the jumping worm, a destructive invasive species originally found in Madison, has spread to 14 counties across the state since 2013. Originally from Asia, the worms are capable of causing ecological damage on land or water. It’s too soon to evaluate the damage in Wisconsin. In other parts of the country, these […]


HCE Book Drive | May 16 – October 20

We will be collecting books and monetary donations to fill libraries in third world countries. Monies donated will be used to purchase books and learning materials by educators in the chosen third world country.  Books and monetary donations can be delivered to the UW-Extension Outagamie County office.


Wisconsin Bookworms

Wisconsin Bookworms provides early literacy programming for Wisconsin’s children. The Statewide Wisconsin Bookworms project started in 1998 with innovative grant funding. That year 130 volunteers readers read books to 1,375 children in 26 counties. Now each county gets their own funding. Wisconsin Bookworms project is currently in its 18th year statewide, with 545 readers reading books to 5,300 children in 42 counties. In May of 2016, we will have read over 750,000 books to children 3-5 years of age in our statewide program.