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Biennial grazing professional development meeting, scheduled for September 12/13/16 at the Marshfield ARS. September 12th is open to all grazing professionals and we’re including NRCS, LCD, RCD, etc. in addition to extension professionals. Day 2 is more researcher/agent presentations and...

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...

Small Acreage Conservation Programs

Join us on July 13th for a NASCA informational webinar on Small Acreage Conservation Programs with presentations from conservation leaders across the nation on successful conservation programs for landowners with small acreage natural...

**Plan to join us Tuesday, June 28 at 9:00am for the second webinar in the Basics of Agriculture for Conservationists series with a free webinar: Working with Diverse Communities.

Ben Wojahn, Vernon County LWCD Assistant Conservationist, will share his experiences working...

Join the people behind the Lower Fox Demonstration Farms Network on Wednesday, June 15, 2016, to learn about the great conservation practices being used to improve both soil health and the water quality in northeast Wisconsin. Whether you can spend the day with us or simply join our partners in...

Madison, Wis. – June 2, 2016 – On June 15, two Green Bay area farms will host an “Open House & Field Day” event to demonstrate cutting-edge conservation practices used to reduce phosphorus from entering the Fox River, where it can contribute to the growth of harmful blooms of algae and dead...

Join fellow conservation professionals to better understand the basics of agriculture through a multi component course taught by experienced local, state, and federal conservationists.

The course will feature both online and in-person sessions throughout May and June, 2016.

This...

Wednesday, April 13th

Overview of the NRCS Monarch Butterfly Wildlife Habitat Evaluation Guide

(*Replaced Basic Conservation Planning which will be on April 20)

Steve Bertjens, NRCS State Biologist

As...

The course is designed for new conservation planners and technicians to get an awareness of typical engineering and non-engineering practices used to control gully and ephemeral erosion on Wisconsin cropland.

The learning objectives are:

• Understanding the basic...

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