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In this intermediate-level workshop, participants will learn the basic practices necessary to manage populations of solitary cavity-nesting leafcutter and mason bees. Various members of these species are effective pollinators of all major bee-pollinated Wisconsin crops.

This one-day advanced-level course will provide an introductory overview and introduction of precision farming for agency staff, along with a review of tools such as GIS/GPS, Variable Rate/Autosteer and how technology integrates with conservation practices. Hands-on time with some of the tools...

Core Conservation Level 1 is a blended online/in-person introductory course for people beginning a career in soil, water and resource conservation. Content includes a brief history of conservation in Wisconsin, an introduction to the economic significance of agriculture, connections to...

The Wind Erosion Prediction System (WEPS) course covers the WEPS computer model, wind erosion process and its effects on agricultural production and the environment. This basic course takes student from software installation to basic use of WEPS to compare a variety of conservation practices to...

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 one-day, in-pasture advanced-level course covers grass identification, recovery times, species selection, plus in-field assessment tools.

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 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...

This in-person course introduces the RUSLE 2 soil loss model, how it works, and the data necessary to run the program. The full-day version includes field training on shooting slopes and determining slope length. RUSLE2 is an advanced, user-friendly software model that predicts long-term,...

Core Conservation Level 1 is a blended online/in-person introductory course for people beginning a career in soil, water and resource conservation. Content includes a brief history of conservation in Wisconsin, an introduction to the economic significance of agriculture, connections to...

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