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This two-day intermediate-level course provides participants with the necessary skills assist a landowner in designing and constructing the facilitating practices for the Managed Grazing Plan. Covered topics include: fence, watering systems, pipelines, troughs, animal trails and walkways, access...

This introductory course, also referred to as the Wisconsin Grazing School, teaches producers, educators and agency staff the basics of managing intensive grazing, with a hands-on approach. This two-day, workshop will provide opportunities for in-depth discussions, field exercises, and reference...

This one-day intermediate-level session reviews the technical standards and specifications for a grazing management plan. Participants will become familiar with the Prescribed/Managed Grazing Standard and the steps in developing a Managed Grazing Plan, such as defining objectives, conducting the...

Core Conservation 3 includes NEPA and Cultural Resources sessions. This blended introductory online/in-person course includes a classroom lecture at the West Madison Research Station, tours of the UW Soils Lab, effigy mounds and Wisconsin Historical Museum, and an archeological dig in Black...

This blended intermediate-level course begins with an online component and concludes with a one day, in-person workshop with lunch provided.

Students will focus on the NRCS environmental evaluation process to assess both the existing resource condition of a site and the impacts of the...

The Conservation Professional Training Program (CPTP), in partnership with the USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS), is offering a new soil health program that provides innovative strategies to help boost crop production, mitigate the effects of extreme weather events, and create...

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