Commitment to Nondiscrimination

Each year the University of Wisconsin-Extension in Oneida County, Oneida County 4-H and Cooperative Extension takes steps to assure that the public knows and understands our policy of nondiscrimination.

Extension and Oneida County 4-H do not discriminate in the treatment of individuals, in admission or access to its programs and activities, in the provision of services, or in employment. Further, Extension, an institution receiving federal financial assistance through the U.S. Department of Agriculture, cannot participate with or partner with organizations that discriminate on the basis of any of the legally prohibited categories of discrimination, based on Civil Rights laws. Categories of prohibited discrimination include race, color, gender/sex, creed, disability, religion, national origin, ancestry, age, sexual orientation, pregnancy, marital or parental status, arrest or conviction record, or membership in the national guard, state defense force or any other reserve component of military service. Consistent with the American With Disabilities Act, persons who need materials in alternative format or other accommodations are encouraged to write or call the Extension Oneida County contact person for the specific program or call the main telephone number of their local county Extension office, as early as possible prior to the event so appropriate arrangements can be made. Requests are kept confidential. Individuals who need special access due to hearing impairment may contact their local county Extension office by calling the relay service for the hearing impaired by dialing 711.

We thank you for your interest in Extension and Oneida County 4-H as we provide education designed to meet the needs of the diverse residents of Oneida County.

Please call 715-365-2750, 711 for relay, or email Steve Nelson at  if you have any questions.

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