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    Cool, sparkling water, harvesting manoomin, fishing, swimming, and the sound of loons — Leech Lake Reservation’s many lakes provide food, recreation, and beauty beyond measure.
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  • Annual Volunteer Training - 4-H Grows Relationships
    Select from 3 dates in our region to attend the annual volunteer training. Each club must be participate in the training. Teams of youth/adults from your club are highly encouraged. A light meal is provided and it is free to attend!

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  • Gardening
    Get information about best plants and gardening practices for Minnesota lawns, landscapes, and gardens.

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Health and Nutrition

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Chippewa County partners with Extension to deliver even more practical education and research right in your county.


U of M Extension
Chippewa County

Courthouse Ste #6
629 N 11th St
Montevideo MN 56265-1685
(320) 269-6521 (phone)
(320) 269-5223 (fax)

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  • Re-Enrollment Continues
    Each year, 4-H families must re-enroll both youth members and adult volunteers. The process is quick and easy; even families with multiple members should be done in ten minutes or less.
  • National 4-H Week Oct 7-13
    It’s time to celebrate National 4-H Week! We hope you have been working with your club to come up with some fun ideas to celebrate and share 4-H with others.  Here are some ideas for each day that week to show your 4-H spirit and spread the word about 4-H.
  • Club Officer Training
    Presidents, Vice-Presidents, Secretaries, and Treasurers are required to attend Officers’ Training each year.
  • Annual Volunteer Training 
    The the theme of this volunteer training is 4-H Grows Relationships. It will focus on how to work together in leading your club or other projects in the county. The training is for all adult volunteers in clubs, county-wide groups and programs, which includes committees, Advisory Council, and project leaders. 
  • Club Chartering
    As we move into to fall, we end one 4-H year to begin another. With that comes annual planning and officer transitions as well as enrollment. Also, each club must complete their annual charter documents. Changes have been made to the document this year to make this process easier for Key Leaders. Your clubs’ Key Leader should have received their charter documents and can contact Justin Crowley with any questions.

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County Agriculture Educator

  • Farm Resource Guide Available
    The Farm Resource Guide for 2018 is now available upon request at many University of Minnesota Extension County offices across the state. This resource guide includes a variety of useful farm business management information.
  • MN Land Rental Rates
    This publication provides a historical perspective on rental rates paid by a group of Minnesota farmers and trends in those rental rates over the past five years. This information is meant as a guide and starting point. The information and data is not meant to establish, determine, set, fix, or even hint at what actual rents should be. It is simply a reporting of historical land rental rates in Minnesota.
  • FINBIN Report on MN Farm Finances
    The 2,306 Minnesota farms included in the FINBIN database represent a broad cross-section of Minnesota production agriculture. While there is no “typical” Minnesota farm, these farms include a large enough sample to provide a good barometer of commercial farming in Minnesota. FINBIN data is provided by farms that participate in Minnesota State Farm Business Management Education programs and the Southwestern Minnesota Farm Business Management Association. These farms represent about 3 percent of the farms in the state and 14% of commercial farms with sales of over $250,000.

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Master Gardeners

  • Wright County Master Gardeners
    The University of Minnesota Extension Master Gardener™ program is an internationally recognized volunteer program. Our Wright County group is very active and adding value to constituents with information needs related to plants, insects, diseases and other garden and horticulture information.

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Health and Nutrition

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Wright County partners with Extension to deliver even more practical education and research right in your county.


U of M Extension
Wright County

3500 Braddock Ave NE
Buffalo MN 55313
(763) 682-7394 (phone)
(763) 682-7913 (fax)

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