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Pesticide training offered for farms

10:32 AM, Mar. 1, 2013  |  Comments
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Clark County University of Wisconsin-Extension will host a General Farming Private Pesticide Applicator training and open book exam on the following dates: Clark County Courthouse Auditorium, Wednesday; Colby VFW, March 13; and Thorp Fire Hall, March 15.

For all dates registration will begin at 8:30 a.m. Training begins promptly at 9 a.m. There will be a lunch break at noon, brown bag or you may leave for lunch, with the exam starting at 1 p.m. and concluding at 3 p.m.

Upon completing the exam, you must provide two forms of positive identification (a driver's license and Social Security number). Other acceptable forms of positive ID include a photo ID, birth certificate plus another form of identification. Make sure you have this information with you when you come to the training.

Training manuals are available for $35 at the Clark County UW-Extension Office, or for $40 we can mail you the manual. Mail check to the Clark County UW-Extension, 517 Court St., Room 104, Neillsville WI 54456, and we will mail you the manual. To register call the Clark County UW-Extension Office, 715-743-5121, one week in advance of the training session you plan to attend.

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