Find out how Extension is responding to the COVID-19 outbreak


Extension's mission is to connect people with the University of Wisconsin. Thanks to joining forces with UW-Madison, we'll strengthen each other through exchanging experience and research statewide. No matter what you're trying to accomplish in Wisconsin, you'll find the support you need as we continue to bring our home state together, community by community.

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COVID-19 Resources, Guidance, & Training

Find videos, event guidelines, and the latest resources from UW-Madison Extension and our partners to respond to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Anti-Racism Resource Library

Extension is fully committed to engaging in anti-racism work, and we have compiled a list of anti-racism and anti-bigotry resources.

Fitness and Well-Being is Now Virtual

Over 17,000 Wisconsin residents have improved their strength, flexibility, and overall health in our strength-training classes.

4-H Learning You Can Do at Home

See a list of easy-to-access activities and curriculum from a team of Wisconsin 4-H educators from around the state.

Literacy Link Creates Connections for Families

The Literacy Link brings evidence-informed literacy and learning opportunities to young children with parents or caregivers involved in local correctional systems.



Food Preservation and Safety Publications

Check out timely and practical solutions for freezing, canning, and processing on seasonal produce.

We offer timely access to university research and knowledge through educational colleagues in 72 county offices, on five 4-year campuses and within three tribal nations

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