FREE Well Water Test Kits for Qualifying Iron County Residents

Iron County residents who use well water as their primary drinking source are invited to participate in a study to better understand levels of naturally-occurring flouride and select metals in our groundwater. The Lake Superior Research Institute is working with 11 counties across northwestern Wisconsin to complete this study, including Douglas Bayfield, Ashland, Iron, Burrnett, […]

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Hurley Hosts Small Community Forum on September 19

More than half of Wisconsin’s municipalities are communities of fewer than 2,500 residents. Despite their large number, these small communities represent a wide variety of geographic and economic areas within the state. Because of their small size, these communities have unique issues and needs that are often very different from those of larger places. A […]

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Meet our 2018 Summer Assistants!

Due to the popularity of Iron County’s summer youth programs, Iron County 4-H Youth Development Educator, Neil Klemme has enlisted the help of our two veteran summer assistants Felicia Herlevi and Emily Murphy and our newest summer assistant, Tandrell Foster. With their help, we are able to extend our outreach efforts to involve area youth […]

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Iron County Youth Leadership Council Photo Contest

The Iron County Youth Leadership Council is currently taking submissions for a photo contest. Help them highlight the beauty of Iron County though photographs! The top 15 photos will be displayed on the walls of the Iron County Courthouse and Forestry building. For more information, call 4-H Youth Development Educator, Neil Klemme at 715-561-2695.

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Support Iron County Summer Youth Camp

Iron County Summer Youth Camp (ICSYC) has become the highlight of many of our area young people’s summers. Whether they are in the 3rd grade and heading off to camp for the first time or in 5th grade and wrapping up their ICSYC experience, camp has become something that our counties young people look forward to every year. If you would like to support ICSYC, please continue reading….

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Coorperative Extension Language Support Services

Cooperative Extension is committed to providing support for language access needs across the institution’s programs, services, and activities. You can now request interpretation and translation services during UW Cooperative Extension events. To request services you can speak with any of the staff members at the Iron County UW-Extension office. Or, if you have any other questions about translation and interpretation, you can send an […]

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