Springtime is Mural Time!

Have you read the news?!  Hurley students are making a big statement in their community by creating a large and colorful mural right by the Montreal River.  Their images celebrate many good aspects of our community, including the seasons, wildlife, music, and food. Click HERE to read the article published yesterday by Your Daily Globe, and […]

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Springing into Summer Programs!

The snow this week tried to fool us, but we know spring is here.  And that means summer is just around the corner!  For Team FE, summer is a busy season filled with lots of programs that get young involved as leaders in community projects.  Here’s a sneak peak of what’s to come! Garden to Market: […]

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Enhancing Broadband in Iron County

Enhancing broadband on the Gogebic Range is vital for the long-term sustainability of the community. We understand that we need improved broadband connectivity throughout the county for both existing businesses and residents and for future businesses and residents. We know that the future economy is largely based on the internet and that people will be more likely to […]

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Planting Seeds for Garden to Market 2015

2015 marks the Garden to Market’s 3rd year, and the group is planting seeds for success. In late January two G2M youth attended the Wisconsin Local Food Network Summit. Hurley School students Hunter Fisk and Riley Kangas did an outstanding job representing Iron County, and not just as the only youth attendees.  Hunter and Riley actually presented at […]

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Help Bridge the Gap!

For History, Recreation and Economic Development… The City of Ironwood has obtained major grant funding for Phase I of a regional non-motorized trail connecting Wisconsin and Michigan. This 16-mile recreation trail will connect the Montreal Ski Trails in Montreal, Wisconsin to Sunday Lake in Wakefield, Michigan, following along the historic railroad grade through downtown Hurley, […]

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Fe University: Living LiFe, Learning Longer Spring Term Kick-off

The Iron County Aging Friendly Communities group is taking registrations for the 2 of the 3 FE University courses, no previous experience is necessary. Registration for Understanding the Geology of Wis is closed due to such high interest! There is still room in the Foundations of Investing class and Botany 101. Understanding the Geology of Wis and Foundations […]


New Iron County Silent Sports Committee!

An exciting new grass-roots effort is underway in Iron County to better support silent sports in the community. Although we have been building infrastructure, events and promotions around silent sports for many years, this will be the first time that the entire county comes together to focus on the special and unique silent sports offerings […]

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Head Start Snowshoe in the Park

  Fresh snow, tall trees and a sunny sky is a perfect recipe for a fun snowshoe walk in the park. Andrea Newby and Joy Schelble from Iron County UW-Extension packed up 25 pairs of tiny snowshoes this week to take the Head Start students out for an afternoon walk over two days. The little […]


Storytelling for Success

The purpose and vision of UW Cooperative Extension (UWEX) proclaims a commitment to “connecting people with the University of Wisconsin and engaging with them in transforming lives and communities” by becoming “a thriving, well-known and sought-out educational resource.”  UWEX is active in all of Wisconsin’s 72 counties, but not everyone is aware of it and the significant […]