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An EPPIC Goal for Marathon County :: Uniting the Community in the Eau Pleine Watershed

The Eau Pleine Partnership for Integrated Conservation (EPPIC) is an up-and-coming community partnership based in Western Marathon County with the goal of promoting beneficial soil and water conservation practices to landowners — whether they are farmers, shoreland owners, or suburban homeowners — to create more environmentally resilient communities in Marathon County. (Click the title for details.)

Local Farm Tours Highlight Innovations & New Products in Marathon County’s Agriculture Industry

Local farmers are branching out to offer new products and provide new services to maximize profits and tap into their interests and entrepreneurial spirit. Watch footage from this year’s farm tours to see what local ag offerings you’ll want to treat yourself to now that you’re in the know! (Click the title for details…)

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Marathon County Graduated Its First 2 Classes of LENA Start Students :: FREE Early Language Program Expected to DOUBLE for Fall

Learn more about this local early language program’s results and how to sign up to assist with the program or to have your child (ages birth to 32 months) participate in the upcoming fall session, which includes FREE books, meals, childcare, and more! (Click the title to learn more…)

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Dirt (Yes, DIRT!) Therapy :: Growing Plants, Growing Ourselves

A new initiative of Marathon County University of Wisconsin–Extension seeks to develop community partnerships that bring the healing power of therapeutic horticulture to people facing addiction, disabilities, illness, or other life circumstances. The seeds of these therapy programs produce much more than just great fruits and veggies! (Click the title for details.)

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Consider the Source… Who’s YOUR Source of Local News in Marathon County?

With the diminishment of traditional media in Marathon County, Administrator Brad Karger asks the question: How should government officials relay public information nowadays? See if you agree with the administrator’s support of the free press to ask questions, analyze data, share information, and guide discourse on public policy issues. (Click the title to learn more.)

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RISE UP Central Wisconsin :: Community-Based Art at Its Best

A growing non-profit called RISE UP Central Wisconsin has gained momentum in our Marathon County community. Learn about this growing program connecting those in recovery with community-based art projects. Get the details on this new community initiative and when the next Community Paint Days will be…  (Click the title for details.)