Business On Stage – April 25, 2017

Business on Stage, April 25, 2017, NGLVC – 6 pm – The title of the program is, “Young Entrepreneurs Take the Stage – Energizing the Community.” The evening will feature a presentation by four young entrepreneurs, who will each describe how they pursued their individual dreams to launch a new or manage an existing business enterprise. They will talk about their journeys, the hard work, challenges and rewards of being a young entrepreneur in the Chequamegon Bay area.

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Wisconsin Certified Pullorum Tester Training to be held at NGLVC- May 3

The seminar is for people who would like to become a certified pullorum tester for poultry in Wisconsin. Certified testers must be at least 18 years old, and adhere to NPIP and Wisconsin Tested Flock program standards. They do not need to be veterinarians or veterinary technicians. The seminar will explain the requirements for the poultry testing programs, and demonstrate how to test for poultry diseases – salmonella pullorum and mycoplasma gallisepticum.

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HCE Lesson Day March 9, 217

Lesson Day has been scheduled for Thursday, March 9m 2017 from 10 am – Noon at the Delta Town Hall. Refreshments will be served.
Liz Lexau will present Cancer Clear & Simple – Current information about cancer prevention – Education to use and share with loved ones and your community.

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Meadow Gardens –

There’s a lot of buzz about butterfly and pollinator gardens. “Meadow Gardens” workshop at the Northern Great Lakes Visitor Center, March 9th at 6:30 pm.
FREE and open to the public! Sponsored by the Ashland-Bayfield Master Gardener Association.

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Bay Area Farm & Garden Show And Dairy Breakfast

Bay Area Farm and Garden Show AND Dairy Breakfast- Dairy Breakfast: Adults-$8, Children-$4 breakfast includes “Wisconsin Scrambled Omelet”, muffins, donuts, sliced cheese, milk, juice and coffee. Dairy Breakfast served by Bayfield County 4-H, Ashland County 4-H and Ashland FFA. FREE admittance to exhibit area, visit Farm & Garden related businesses, Conservation & Environmental Organizations/Agencies, Country Crafters and Educational Displays.

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2017 Bayfield Fruit Growers Clinic

The clinic will start on Monday afternoon, March 13 with pruning demonstrations for blueberries and high density apples. In the evening we’ll focus on two invasive insect pests and a suite of canker diseases in blueberries.

On Tuesday, March 14, we focus on apples with talks on thinning, nitrogen and calcium, apple scab, and codling moth. We’ll also learn more about table grapes as a possible option for Bayfield fruit growers. Registration & fee are required.

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