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Healthy Reading Lesson

UW-Extension’s Wisconsin Nutrition Education Program will be having a Healthy Reading Lesson at the S. Verna Fowler Menominee Public Library in Keshena on 11/18 from 5:00 pm to 6:00 pm. Children in grades K – 2 and their parents are encouraged to join us for a fun filled hour in which we’ll be reading Lois […]

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Teen Pregnancy Infographic Now Available!

The Menominee Teen Pregnancy Prevention Coalition has developed a Teen Pregnancy Infographic to share local, Menominee statistics with the community.  Hard copies of the infographic are available at the Menominee Indian High School, Menominee Indian Middle School, the Menominee Tribal Clinic, the Woodland Boys and Girls Club and the Menominee County/Nation University of Wisconsin – […]

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Menominee Teen Pregnancy Prevention Coalition

May is National Teen Pregnancy Prevention Month.  To celebrate this fact, the newly formed Menominee Teen Pregnancy Prevention Coalition created an informational brochure.  This brochure has local, Menominee, statistics, as well as the mission and vision of the Coalition.  If you are interested in getting involved in the Menominee Teen Pregnancy Prevention Coalition, contact Dawn […]

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UW-Extension

Menominee County/Nation P.O. Box 279 Keshena, WI 54135 Welcome to the Menominee County/Nation University of Wisconsin Extension! The coterminous boundary of Menominee County/Reservation delineates 235,000 acres total, 233,000 of these acres in trust status. 217,000 acres are in commercially forested lands – the majority of which is under sustainable forestry management practices. It is home […]

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Family Living

Upcoming Events: Financial Coaching Available: Are you puzzled by your finances? Could you use a little help with learning to budget your money? Do you need to stretch your financial resources a little more? If you said “yes” to any of these questions, you may want to consider contacting the Menominee County/Nation UW-Extension office about […]

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