“I Can Problem Solve”

“I Can Problem Solve” online professional development course for early childhood educator and child care workers. Six (6) Tuesday evenings starting October 16th. Evidence-based; earn 12 Registry Tier 3 training hours. Learn how to help your children solve problems on their own, “read” the feelings of self and others, see things from others’ perspectives, and […]

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Raising a Thinking Child

For parents of children ages 4-7. A rare opportunity to learn a valuable parenting tool for only $25 per parent! Help your child learn to solve problems on his/her own, “read” the feelings of self and others, see things from others’ perspectives, and think of positive solutions. This tool is needed in every parents toolbox! […]

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Guidelines for Consuming Late Season Produce Exposed to Floodwater

Heavy rains and the flowing waters that result can contaminate plants growing in the garden and create a food safety hazard. As floodwater moves into your garden, it can carry raw sewage overflow, farm and domestic animal waste, river or pond water, and agricultural run-off, all of which can be sources of human pathogens such as […]

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Food Safety for Flooded Farms

Flooding events, especially during the harvest season, can have a significant impact on a farm’s bottom line. Growers need to also consider food safety impacts as they assess damage and consider their options. Several resources are available to help growers in the aftermath of  significant rain events. Visit:https://fyi.uwex.edu/safepreserving/2018/08/31/food-safety-for-flooded-farms/ for more information.

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NXT and EV3 Day Camp

Lego NXT’s are programmable robot kits that allow children to build and control their own inventions. LEGO EV3’s are a more advanced programmable robot kit that allow children to build and control their own inventions. Must be at least 10 years of age to participate in these LEGO Robotics programs.

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Why Do You Live Here?

Current and former residents of Marquette County are being asked to take a survey to help area schools, employers and government officials understand why people choose Marquette County as a place to live and work. It will also help to gain an understanding of why people move away from Marquette County.

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