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Check our Calendar of Events

Need to check details for an event, verify a date, or find a location? Check our new Calendar of Events, which you can access from the menu at the top of the page. This is a one-stop calendar for all of our events – 4-H, agriculture workshops, classes, etc., but it is a work in […]

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Community Gardens in Medford

The purpose of the Community Gardens is to provide a low-cost gardening site for community members to grow vegetables. Beds will be available to rent this summer. We hope that the beds will be ready to plant by May 15. Most of the beds are 4′ x 8′. The cost is $10 for the season. […]

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Outdoor Recreation in Taylor County – Input Wanted

Tuesday, May 17 6:00 – 7:30 p.m. Medford Public Library Do you enjoy recreating in the outdoors? Hiking, fishing, biking, horseback riding, birdwatching, paddling, snowmobiling, hunting, skiing, snowshoeing, or other outdoor pursuits? Join us to give your input on places to go, identify gaps in available information, and gather resources for a new Taylor County […]


4-H Leaders D.O.T.S Training

Are you a Taylor County 4-H Leader looking for a new and exciting opportunity to share with your club? If so, please join us May 9, 2016 4:30-7:30 p.m at the UW-Extension Building for a Digital Observation Technology Skills (DOTS) training! DOTS are a great way for kids to get up close and personal with […]

Clean Sweep Items 2016

Clean Sweep – No Clean Sweep in August

NOTE: Due to funding cuts, these will be the only Clean Sweep collections in Taylor County in 2016. There will be no collection in August. Medford – Taylor County Fairgrounds (NW Corner of State Highways 13 and 64) 8:00 a.m. – 11:30 a.m. Gilman – High School Student Parking Lot (East Crumb St) 2:00 p.m. […]

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Veterinary Feed Directive (VFD)

The Veterinary Feed Directive(VFD) rules enacted in October 2015 require livestock farmers to correctly apply VFD Orders and retain all VFD Orders for two (2) years, producing them for inspection when requested to do so. VFD Orders may be stored electronically or as hard copy paper. Sandy Stuttgen has created a summary sheet which will […]