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January 28, 2022 Updated Numbers Wood County COVID-19

Posted 1/28/2022 by krauter-egge@co.wood.wi.us

Most Wood County Snowmobile Trails Opening & Winter Recreational Trails Update

Posted 1/27/2022 by sgreen@co.wood.wi.us

JANUARY 27, 2022
NEWS RELEASE
WOOD COUNTY PARKS & FORESTRY
WOOD COUNTY SNOWMOBILE TRAILS OPENING
For Immediate Release:
Wood County Trails that are opening:
• Vesper Snow Drifters trails will open Thursday, January 27th, 2022 at 4:30 p.m.
• Sunset Drifters and Yellow River Riders trails will open Friday, January 28th at 8:00 a.m.
• Rudolph River Rovers will also open Friday, January 28th at 12:00 pm.
• Bakerville Sno Rovers and Auburndale Nite Owls remain open
• Kellner Knights trails will remain closed due to bare fields in system.
County Trail maps can be accessed on the Wood County Parks and Forestry Department website.
Please travel with caution, as conditions will vary. Respect landowners and stay on marked trails.
Wood County multi-use trails at NEPCO, Powers Bluff, and Richfield 360 are groomed and track set. Trail pass information is located at trail head locations.
Powers Bluff Winter Sports Area will be open Saturday and Sunday (Jan. 29th & 30th) for tubing and skiing. Two sessions: 10-1, 1-4, all day passes also available.
Please check our website, Facebook & Instagram pages, or Travel Wisconsin for updated opening and closing information.
Dan Vollert
Wood County Parks & Forestry Maintenance Supervisor & Snowmobile/ATV Trail Coordinator

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Central Wisconsin Farm Profitability Expo

Posted 1/19/2022 by swucherpfennig@co.wood.wi.us

The Central Wisconsin Farm Profitability Expo Is Back!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XnGppbE6xXs

This year’s in-person expo is designed to encourage profitable farming by building resiliency, diversifying farming operations, reducing inputs, and increasing farmer’s return on investment. You will about learn about best-management practices including regenerative management, managed grazing, cover crops, and no-till farming—all tools farmers can use to take advantage of what nature has to offer and increase self-sufficiency on the farm.

You’ll explore the specific barriers Central Wisconsin farmers are experiencing when adopting best management practices through discussion with fellow farmers who have implemented them. As a bonus to our speaker line-up, you will hear from the next generation of farmers, agricultural students, and their take on the future of farming and land stewardship.

Join us Tuesday, February 15 from 9:30AM to 3:30PM at the Mid-State Campus in Wisconsin Rapids. Engage with fellow farmers and youth in agriculture for a day of thought-provoking conversation.

For a full schedule and registration info visit MSTC.EDU/FARM-EXPO

Registration Fee: $18 (includes lunch & refreshments)

If you have questions about this event, please contact:

Ashley Borchardt, Workforce & Professional Development Coordinator, MSTC
continuinged@mstc.edu • 715.422.5347

Rachael Whitehair, Natural Resource Educator, UW-Madison Extension, Wood County
rachael.whitehair@wisc.edu • 715.421.8444

 

Richfield 360 Announcement

Posted 1/14/2022 by sgreen@co.wood.wi.us
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Snowmobile Trail Update

Posted 1/12/2022 by spotocki@co.wood.wi.us

The Auburndale Nite Owls Snowmobile Club opened their portion of the Wood County snowmobile trails this morning at 8:00 AM, Wednesday, January 12th, 2022. The Bakerville Snow Rovers in the NW portion of Wood County are also open as of Saturday, January 8th, 2022.

All other snowmobile trails remain CLOSED at this time.

Remember to respect private landowners and STAY ON MARKED TRAILS!

Drive safely.

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