Contact: Stephanie Wilson Miller

Today, County Executive Joe Parisi announced upcoming fall programs provided by Dane County UW-Extension. From becoming a certified master composter to learning more about what it takes to own a local food business, the fall programming at UW-Extension will bring resources and education to help people and communities understand and solve problems. Local interests and concerns are reflected in the educational programs developed and conducted by Dane County based educators.

University of Wisconsin-Extension is a unique partnership of counties, the U.S. Department of Agriculture, and the University of Wisconsin working together to help people put knowledge to work. It reflects the vision that has become known as The Wisconsin Idea. This partnership brings education to people where they live. It supports educational programs for farmers, businesses, communities, families, and young people.

Fall programs include: the Master Composter Program, 4-H National Youth Science Day, a Sheep Pasture Walk and Pasture Management Discussion, and the Edible Startup Summit. Program times and descriptions are below.

For more information including how to register for these events visit:

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