This report 2019 Highlights Annual Report -Final (pdf, 16 pages, 16MB) showcases some of the data and stories from our Extension Bayfield County Office during 2019. Take a moment to look through this report to discover the broad range of programs that we have highlighted from all of our major educational programs covering agriculture and horticulture; community and economic development; 4-H and youth; nutrition; and individual and family well-being.
The staff works to address high priority local needs through our educational programming and our collaborations with community groups, volunteers and program partners. We could not be effective in our work without the valuable contributions of our various partners. Strong partnerships are at the heart of our programs — we can achieve more together!
Through a partnership between Bayfield County and the University of Wisconsin Division of Extension, our educators and staff have delivered information and programs to our community members that have had positive impacts upon their lives. Our educators’ programming and research is supported by statewide and regional specialists, as well as county-based colleagues from around the state. The Division of Extension administrative and operations offices, located in Madison, provide program and financial support, technology, communications and other support to further the Wisconsin Idea.
The Wisconsin Idea signifies the University’s commitment to public service and the concept that education should influence peoples’ lives beyond the boundaries of the classroom.
“An EEO/AA employer, University of Wisconsin Extension provides equal opportunities in employment and programming, including Title IX and ADA requirements.