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2018 Pepin County 4-H Achievement Program

Pepin County’s 4-H held their Achievement Program at the Pepin School on Sunday October 14, 2018. The Achievement program recognizes our current Pepin County 4-H members and their accomplishments for this year. Members of the Pepin County 4-H Senior Youth Council (Teen Leaders) lead the program.  Approximately 50 4-H members, parents, leaders and friends attended […]

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Pepin County 4-H Award Trip Opportunities for 2018-2019

Are you in  6th grade or older? Looking to expand your horizons in 4-H? How about participating in a 4-H Award trip? Youth interested in participating in a Award Trip this 4-H year will need to complete a 4-H Award Trip Application for their desired trip. 2018-2019 Pepin County 4-H Award Trip Applications Applications must […]

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Get Your WI 4-H License Plate Now

The Wisconsin 4-H license plate is available through the Wisconsin DMV, as of September 1, 2018. Proceeds from the sale of every plate will be coming to the Wisconsin 4-H Foundation and to county 4-H programs in which the plate was purchased. Please visit the Wisconsin DMV for pricing and more information:  https://wisconsindot.gov/Pages/dmv/vehicles/title-plates/4hf.aspx

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National 4-H Week Contest Sponsored by SYC

Our Teen Leaders are sponsoring a contest to promote National 4-H week, October 7-13, 2018. We hope you will all have fun and participate in the contest. See the attached flyer for more information. National 4-H Week Promotion Contest  

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Dairy Revenue Protection Webinar

Dairy farm operators and others concerned with dairy revenue risk management can now sign up for a free webinar explaining the new Dairy Revenue Protection (RP) insurance program. The webinar is scheduled for Friday, September 28, from 1 to 3:30 p.m. CDT.  It is hosted by the American Farm Bureau.  The webinar will accommodate the […]

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