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CREP is a resource for those actively working the land to use to help meet their conservation goals, particularly those who currently till or graze land along rivers and streams. CREP is a joint effort between the Federal, State and County governments to complement working agriculture and the...

Release Date: July 24, 2015

Media Contact:
Ashley Andre 608-224-5002 ashley.andre@wi.gov
Jim Dick, Communications Director 608-224-5020 jim.dick@wi.gov

MADISON –...

In this video presentation, Brian Adams walks you through the wide array of Mobile Device Applications available for Agriculture and Land Management. This was developed as part of the SITCOM project. Learn about who is using it, where it is being developed, and what the best app might be for you...

Soil can be ugly and soil can be not so ugly.

We want to see your best (or worst) soil health management photo. Upload them on Twitter and include @cptpcommunity and use hashtag #cptpsoilhealth! Please provide a brief description of what exactly we are looking at and you may see your...

June 11th, 2015
10:00AM - 11:30AM

This webinar will highlight two innovative approaches to farmland preservation zoning. Ryan Brown, planning and zoning director for Waupaca County, will discuss the county’s farmland preservation overlay district. This will be the first overlay...

DATE: TBD

The carbonate bedrock and highly permeable sandy soils that underlay a significant portion of Wisconsin's agricultural production areas present unique challenges. Sinkholes, low filtering shallow soils, closed depressions and fracture traces increase the...

This webinar will highlight two innovative approaches to farmland preservation zoning. Ryan Brown, planning and zoning director for Waupaca County, will discuss the county’s farmland preservation overlay district. This will be the first overlay district that DATCP has certified. Kevin Struck,...

NOTE: Due to low enrollment, this course has been cancelled. A new section is being planned for Southwest Wisconsin. Contact Kevin Erb (920.391.4652) for details

Course Description:

The carbonate bedrock and highly permeable sandy soils that underlay a significant portion of...

This three day session reviews the technical standards and specifications for a grazing management plan. Participants will become familiar with the Prescribed/Managed Grazing Standard and the steps in developing a Managed Grazing Plan, such as defining objectives, conducting the resource...

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