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This field-based workshop will help you view landscapes through a wetland lens.

At this workshop, participants will learn how to:
1.) Gather information that helps you consider the watershed context of site proposals.
2.) Relate concepts of wetland...

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This intermediate-level classroom and field archeological experience meets NRCS' Cultural Resource Module 7 and 8...

We are hoping you can join us for a workshop to discuss Regulating Wetlands and Waterways on February 23rd from 8:30-2:30 at the Phoenix Center in Richland Center.

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The training was initially described as follows: “Interested in learning more about native grass/forb/shrub establishment? For this training we will look first at a native seed nursery to brush up on plant identification and learn why the seed cost so much. Then it is to the field to discuss...

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Annual Conference

Mark your calendars for our 63rd Annual Conference March 2-4, 2016 at The Osthoff Resort in  Elkhart Lake. Click here to register online

Extra fees apply...

Plan to attend . . . Whether you’re considering tiling for the first time, adding to an existing field or experiencing blowouts and other chal- lenges, this workshop will empower you to more fully understand how drainage systems work and how planning ahead is the difference between improving...,

9:45 Registration

10 am Welcome & Introduction
Kevin Erb, UW-Extension

10:05 Understanding Drainage Systems
Gary Sands, Univ of Minnesota Professor & Extension Engineer

10:45 Locating Older Drainage Systems
Steve Hoffman, InDepth Agronomy, Kevin...,

Cost $30.00/person before March.16th registration deadline. Fee rises to $40.00 after March 16, 2016 for late registrations.
Make check payable to:
BCT- Brown County Treasurer
Send registration form and check to:
Brown County UW-Extension Attn: Joan
1150 Bellevue St...

Having a hard time navigating the permitting process? Join the local, state, federal agencies working with permitting in and around wetlands and waterways. These workshops will be designed to facilitate discussions to better understand agency roles and permitting programs.

All workshops...

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...

EPA’s Water Quality Modeling Workgroup announces it’s fifth webinar on water quality modeling. All webinars will be focused on helping water quality professionals better understand modeling and how models can be used to solve the problems facing water quality regulators.

This fifth...

This field-based workshop will help you view landscapes through a wetland lens.

At this workshop, participants will learn how to:
1.) Gather information that helps you consider the watershed context of site proposals.
2.) Relate concepts of...

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