UW-Extension Horticulture Programming provides research- and evidence-based horticulture management education, resources and decision-making tools to home gardeners and commercial horticulture practitioners. UW-Madison, Division of Extension, Horticulture Program serves the people of Wisconsin through county offices and also covers a wide range of technical support through soil testing and analysisgeneral plant disease diagnosticsturfgrass disease diagnosticsgeneral insect identificationcommercial fruit productioncommercial vegetable entomologycommercial vegetable pathology, and commercial produce safety.

Sarah DeGraff serves Ashland & Bayfield Counties as an Agriculture & Horticulture Educator (80%).

As your Agriculture & Horticulture Educator, Sarah helps to: connect local producers with one another and opportunities for education, economic development, and events, coordinates and manages the Master Gardener program, create curriculum and develop education resources, and provided education on local climate change issues to both Extension colleagues and program participants for climate change working groups.


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