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The Wisconsin Sustainable Agriculture Research and Education (SARE) program is offering scholarships to UWEX and LCD staff to attend the Conservation Professional Training Program’s online Healthy Soils courses and in-field...

Instructors for Intro to Soil Health, Cover Crops for Healthy Soils, Soil-Water Management and Soil Management Practices can access this link to related documents:

The University of Wisconsin-Extension’s Conservation Professional Training Program, in partnership with the Natural Resources Conservation Service, is offering a suite of new online soil health courses, including a choice of field trainings on Oct. 7th in Lena, WI and Oct. 16th in Linden, WI....

This community group covers the following courses: Intro to Soil Health, Soil-Water Management, Cover Crops for Healthy Soils and Best Management Practices for Healthy Soils. Click on this Google Drive at http://go.wisc....

2014 Ag Innovation Days
Tuesday, October 21st at Lonny Hahn’s in Waunakee, WI
Rain date: October 22nd 10am-­‐2pm
Field location: East side of Schumacher Rd between Cuba Valley Road and Lovick Rd.

Thursday, October 23rd at Walter Meinholz’s in DeForest, WI
Rain date...

This workshop gives you the opportunity to fine tune your crop diagnostic skills in a fun, interactive setting! Small groups rotate through field problems with UW Specialists role playing as farmers. Through digging up plants, asking questions and consulting references participants will diagnose...

This group has registered for the pre-recorded Comet Farm webinar and can view the following link:

https://nms.doit.wisc.edu/embedders/e-page.php?a=erc...

This group has registered for the pre-recorded Comet Farm webinar and can view the following link:

https://nms.doit.wisc.edu/embedders/e-page.php?a=erc...

The Comet-Farm (CF) tool is a whole farm and ranch carbon and greenhouse gas (GHG) accounting system. This pre-recorded webinar introduces participants to on-farm GHG emissions, how they are calculated, and the existing and potential future values associated with productivity, government...

Scientists agree that soil is a vital living resource, critical to boosting yields to meet our ever-growing demand for food. A good foundation for healthy soil includes creating just the right mix of physical, chemical and biological characteristics. When in balance, healthy soils not only...

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