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Raising Wisconsin’s Children 2023 Online Parenting Classes Available!

Free classes to support dads, moms, grandparents, and other caregivers in their journey raising kids. Classes are based on child development and parenting research. Online@ 1:00pm or @ 6:00pm Learn more & register at: For other virtual classes, search “parenting” at


Focus on Fathers – Sessions Available!

A father’s role is critical to a child’s healthy development. This connection builds a strong foundation in language, critical thinking, physical skills, social and emotional learning, and so much more! Join us and other fathers and father-figures for a Zoom series to explore parenting tips and learn ways to strengthen your relationship with your child. […]


FVTC Starting Point Fall 2023 Dates Available

Do you know a young woman who is lacking a career direction, self-confidence, time and money management skills, parenting resources, and a positive support system? Do you often think it would be helpful for women with these barriers to know their strengths, identify resources in the community to help them, and gain a support system […]

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A Response for Fatherhood: What We Heard from Wisconsin Dads

 A Response for Fatherhood: What We Heard from Wisconsin Dads What does it take to support today’s fathers? How do you define a successful fatherhood? Those are the questions research from UW-Madison Extension is answering with its Wisconsin Fatherhood Need assessment, a report now available here: Extension realized we were not serving fathers in […]


Preserve It Fresh, Preserve It Safe: January/February 2023 Issue

Burning Issue: Canned Soups The winter season means soup season! Enjoying a warm bowl of homemade canned soup is a great way to stay warm and cozy in these cold months. The key to canning a safe, high-quality soup is to follow directions provided by a reliable science-based source such as USDA, the National Center […]

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Cook and Serve

Preheat leftovers to 165 degrees Fahrenheit in the microwave, then keep them hot in a slow cooker. Learn more at,stays%20at%20140%20%C2%B0F. #NCRFoodSafety