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Kickapoo Valley Reserve
Ralph Nuzum Lecture Series
Wednesday, February 27 Our Brain on Stress:
Breaking the Cycle

John Shutske, professor & Cooperative Extension Specialist at UW
-Madison in Biological Systems Engineering, will discuss some of
the latest brain & health science that shows impacts of stress on
farmers, workers, groups in business & family members.
Refreshments & socializing start at 6:30pm; Talk begins at 7pm.
Program is free and open to the public!
Brought to you by the Kickapoo Valley Reforestation (Nuzum)
Fund, the University of Wisconsin-Madison College of
Agricultural & Life Sciences & Friends of the KVR.

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