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Soil Health Management Systems focuses on the challenge of implementing soil health practices in a farming system. This course will guide participants through the process of selecting appropriate soil health management practices to meet farm-specific management requirements and goals. Course...

Now is the time to make plans to attend the 2016 Wisconsin Ag Women's Summit, being held next spring in Madison. Presented by Badgerland Financial, Wisconsin Farm Bureau Federation and University of Wisconsin-Extension, the forum will take place March 4-5 at the Madison Marriott West.

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Join us at 10:00 AM on November 19 for a webinar discussing the importance of planning for agriculture. Often, when we think about planning we are concerned with the placement of future residential development, yet agriculture plays a vital role in the local economies of numerous counties and...

A new web map showing generalized agriculture land use in Wisconsin is now available. It was recently developed by Dan McFarlane, a GIS mapping specialist with the Center for Land Use Education (CLUE at UWSP) using USDA satellite cropland data layers from 2009-2014. Since there are likely some...

These sessions are open to any interested individuals and are free of charge. Due to the limited number of computers available, please RSVP to ensure availability. The most recent SnapPlus release will be available to download prior to the meeting. If you are unable to attend, or the class is...

Are you a grazing specialist, land manager, or grazing educator? Want to be involved in the development of grazing education? If so, please join this webinar series, hosted by Green Lands and Blue Waters and The Pasture Project. The monthly series will present topics important to grazing with...

This webinar is a review of the purpose and structure of NRCS conservation practice standards. Practice standards define a specific technology that can be used within a planned alternative conservation system to reduce the risks of identified resource concerns. The presenter will discuss...

CREP is a resource for those actively working the land to use to help meet their conservation goals, particularly those who currently till or graze land along rivers and streams. CREP is a joint effort between the Federal, State and County governments to complement working agriculture and the...

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