Supporting Families & Communities

Whether we’re countering food insecurity with family gardens and assistance programs or sharing the skills to raise healthy kids and reach financial security, UW Colleges and UW-Extension are helping solve the pressing needs of Wisconsin families, communities and students.

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SUPPORTING FAMILIES & COMMUNITIES IMPACT STORIES SUBMITTED 131

See how our institutions are supporting families & communities throughout Wisconsin:


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Linda D

I have so many stories of how the fine folks at Green Lake County UW-Extension have worked with the library. Katie Gellings, Family Living Educator, gets top billing as she has given many programs for our patrons.


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Roger P

As an Ag banker, my position relates directly to the Ag field. I rely on updates from UW-Extension to bring this information directly to the farmer to help them make vital management decisions.


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Tod S

As an agricultural banker I tap into Extension's knowledge pool for unbiased opinions, educational tools, seminars and more to aid agricultural producers and ag businesses in solving problems and growing their businesses.


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Emily D

The staff at Winnebago County UW-Extension define the word ���experts�۝ when it comes to knowing the community the serve.


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Linda M

I would like to enthusiastically commend the assistance offered by Dr. David Cole in conjunction with the Solutions Center/Academic Success Center on the UW Baraboo/SC campus , related to a writing project I was working on this fall.


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Lyn Z

When my husband and I moved to Marshfield, we both had "completed" our post-secondary education, receiving bachelor degrees from UW-Eau Claire.


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Roccy

UW-Barron County has been an affordable place for my granddaughter to get a great start on her education. She has taken classes in Rice Lake and then moved on to UW-La Crosse.


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Katherine A

I retired in 2014 and one of the things to do on my bucket list was to attend Master Gardener training offered by UW-Extension in Milwaukee and Waukesha. I finally had the opportunity to go through the training in the Fall of 2015 and I have to say it is one of the best choices I made.


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Nancy A

As Dean of the UW-Marshfield/Wood County campus in the late 1980's, I saw real growth among students, most of whom transferred to four-year campuses.


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