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The 2018 Wisconsin Cover Crop Conference

February 27, 2018
Holiday Inn, Steven’s Point, WI

This conference will be geared toward helping Wisconsin farmers more successfully use cover crops on their farms. There will be something for everyone, from farmer’s that have never...

The Intro to Soil Health course provides an overview of the importance of soil health to crop production and dives into the three primary characteristics of soil: the physical, chemical and biological. It also demonstrates easy-to-use field tests to identify current soil conditions and...

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

You've attended Soil Health Field days and have played with a soil health test kit. Now you're ready for the next step.

The Advanced Soil Health Course is for Agronomists, agency staff and farmers who want to take the next step and learn about soil health interactions, preparing...

North American Manure Expo 2017 Seminar Presentations

Tuesday, August 22nd 4:00 - 6:00 pm

Industry Educational Seminars

-Puck's Pump School

-Foam Control Demonstration

-Gas Safety

-Sand Bedding Management

Wednesday...

Ron and Jill Riehle have been dairy farming since the early 1990s. In 1997 they converted 60 grazeable acres of hayfields to managed pastures on which they now run their 70 Holsteins and 20 bred heifers. This farm is all sod, no row crops. The pastures don't require reseeding due to the high...

1:00-2:00 p.m.

This webinar will illustrate how the principles of a Soil Health Management System are implemented on a 3.5 acre urban farm growing mixed vegetables, and it will emphasize practices that enhance the microbial life in...

The 2017 Midwest Compost School is being hosted at the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point July 11-13. This immersive three-day school features a mix of classroom, hands-on and field trip experience.

Course content is geared for both new and experienced compost facility operators, on-...

May 31-June 1, 2017

This training is for employees needing the fundamentals of soil classification systems. In the

class, students will learn to classify soils by the

Unified, AASHTO, and USDA Textual Soil Classification Systems using laboratory data, soil series, and soil...

NRCS staff will lead hands-on demonstrations showing how reduced or minimum tillage, cover crops, and crop rotations can improve soil health and productivity. Field walks with open discussions will look at winter rye following soybean and peas, oats and radish following winter rye. For more...

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