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Ask A Master Gardener – Fireflies

One of the sure signs of summer are fireflies or lightning bugs lighting up the night sky. You may remember catching them on a warm summer evening or simply watching the light show from a rocking chair on the porch.

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1st Annual Cover Crop Field Day

Dodge County Farmers for Healthy Soil and Healthy Water, a recently formed farmer led group, will be holding its first annual field day with a cover crop focus, on August 2, 2017 at the Dodge County Fairgrounds Livestock Arena located on Highway 33 just east of Beaver Dam. This day will provide an opportunity to listen and learn from local producers and much more.

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July 4-H Newsletter

July 2017 4-H Newsletter The Focus on 4-H newsletter offers monthly information on 4-H events, project info, and activities.

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Kids, Cops & Canines Day Camp

Learning sessions included water safety, bike safety, canines, summer safety, recreation/outdoor, 911 safety. $5 camper fee includes lunch, tote bag, and activities. Register by July 17, 2017

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Ask A Master Gardener – The Maple Tree

A True Wisconsin Tree—The Maple In 1893, a favorite tree was selected by a group of Wisconsin school children. The maple beat out oak, pine and elm trees.  In 1948, that selection was narrowed by another vote to sugar maple specifically. In 1949, the sugar maple was made the official state tree by a vote […]

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