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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-...

Planning Considerations and Available Tools to Assist in Determining Whether a Site’s Discharge May Be Considered Significant for Regulatory/Cost-Share Purposes

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his webinar will focus on educating non-operator landowners on the benefits improving soil health have to increase the value of their land and that it takes a solid working relationship between the landowner and farmer (often requiring changes in leasing structures) to obtain changes in soil...

http://wisconsinlandwater.org/training/conservation-employee-training

Twice per year WI Land+Water provides training for conservation department employees. This training is for new staff and is also a...

Did you miss the Wisconsin Land and Water Conference? We have you covered.

Here are the presentations!

March Madness is here! 

Yes, it’s that time again and I know several of you are already planning on wrestling away the CoCoRaHS cups from Delaware and Arizona, last year’s champions.

This Year's Website...

A comprehensive training course guide for the Northwest Operational Area. View courses here or by clicking on the image below. 

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Each March, WI Land+Water holds an annual conference to provide valuable networking opportunities, forums to discuss programs, practices, and new ideas with colleagues, a chance to build technical knowledge, and space to be reinspired by the passion for conservation across the state. The...

Twice per year WI Land + Water provides training for new conservation department staff. During the one-day trainings, state and federal partner agencies provide information about programs and topics integral to successful county conservation programs. The next FREE training is scheduled for...

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