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Held over two consecutive half days, this course provides a basic introduction to Conservation Planning. It is pre-requisite for Technical Service Providers (TSPs) and Certified Crop Advisors (CCAs) wanting to take Conservation Planning 1, 2, 3.

This two-day course intermediate-level course reviews NRCS hydric soil field indicators in Land Resource Regions K,F, and M with emphasis on indicators under field conditions and understanding their development.

This is a half-day advanced technical update on changes in the CNMP process and provides an opportunity for agencies to give feedback to planners to improve their plans. This course is offered either as a classroom or webinar, depending on the amount of material to be covered.

This one-day introductory course focuses on understanding and interpreting technical standards for various agronomic and engineering practices implemented on farms. Participants will learn how to interpret and evaluate planned and previously installed management practices under both current and...

This two-day introductory course gives students an opportunity, in small groups, to implement what they have learned in the CNMP References and CNMP Regulations courses. Experienced professionals review the proper techniques for assessing a farmstead, and then students assess an actual farm with...

This is a two-day, intermediate-level course. Conservation Planning courses 1, 2, 3, and 4 are the Wisconsin equivalent of Conservation Planning modules 6-8 offered in other states. Conservation Planning 1-4 and are required for certification.

This module provides up to two hours of advanced mentoring one-on-one or in a group, either over the phone, in-person or over the Internet, assisting students who completed Conservation Planning training Modules 1-8. The mentor will review the draft student’s plan and provide suggestions and...

This two-day course intermediate-level course reviews NRCS hydric soil field indicators in Land Resource Regions K,F, and M with emphasis on indicators under field conditions and understanding their development.

This is a half-day advanced technical update on changes in the CNMP process and provides an opportunity for agencies to give feedback to planners to improve their plans. This course is offered either as a classroom or webinar, depending on the amount of material to be covered.

This one-day course introduces students to the complex and overlapping regulations that dictate the implementation of CNMP Best Management Practices in daily farm operations. Modules range from a national discussion of the EPA to a local township level and how citizens use legal remedies under...

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