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Hosted by the Intertribal Agriculture Council, spend three days of working sessions, hands-on workshops, tours and more. Summit focus is on accessing USDA programs as a Tribal member or Tribal farming operation.The Great Lakes Intertribal Food Summit will be April 14-16, 2015 at the Oneida...

The Natural Resources Conservation Service is sponsoring a FREE public workshop.

Barry Fisher, State Soil Health Specialist/ Agronomist from Indiana NRCS, will be conducting a workshop on February 25, 2015 at the Eagles Club, 2588 Hallie Road in Chippewa Falls. The workshop will run from...

The USDA just launched an Organic Survey to try and gather data on organic agriculture production in the U.S. This survey was created as a result of a growing demand for organic products and information; producers who receive it are urged to respond. This crucial data will help determine the...

With the first 2015 CAFO Annual Update a little more than one week away, don’t miss your opportunity to save some money on your registration fee. Those who register for their local workshop at least one week ahead can save $15 on their registration. After that, the registration fee is $45.

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Wisconsin graziers and agency staff recently attended CPTP's Economics of Grazing Heifers workshop at the Brown County UW Extension office in Green Bay. The workshop featured grazing dairy farmer Wayne Craig, who discussed high density rotational grazing with dairy heifers and UW Extension...

Building on the basics from the Intro to Healthy Soils training, the Soil-Water Management course will delve further into the topics of soil-water and soil moisture management. Students will gain an understanding of soil-water properties related to water quality and quantity, the benefits of...

Soil Health Management Systems focuses on the challenge of implementing soil health practices in a farming system. This course will guide participants through the process of selecting appropriate soil health management practices to meet farm-specific management requirements and goals. Course...

The online Cover Crops for Healthy Soils course will introduce participants to the basics of using cover crops to improve soil health. Course materials will provide an understanding of the agronomic, economic and environmental benefits of using cover crops in diverse agricultural systems, as...

The online 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...

An Advanced Grazing Economics workshop is being held at the Brown County UW Extension office, 1150 Bellevue Street, in Green Bay, WI on Wednesday, December 10, 2014 from 1:00 p.m. until 3:30 p.m. The workshop will feature two discussion topics: High Density Rotational Grazing With Dairy Heifers...

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