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This intermediate-level workshop focuses on creating a group of skilled conservation professionals who work in partnership with farmers and landowners to develop quality CRP conservation plans that result in a measurable impact on land and water resource management.

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This one-day course introduces students to the complex and overlapping regulations that dictate the implementation of CNMP Best Management Practices in daily farm operations. Modules range from a national discussion of the EPA to a local township level and how citizens use legal remedies under...

The word “karst” describes a landscape where, over time, water has dissolved part of the rock (typically limestones), creating wider fractures, sinkholes, and over long periods of time, caves and caverns. Water moves very quickly through these features, carrying sediment, nutrients, pathogens...

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 East Central Wisconsin Regional Planning Commission, in partnership with the Bay-Lake RPC, UW-Extension and the Niagara Escarpment Resource Network is sponsoring a full day workshop focusing on managing urban and rural stormwater runoff in karst environments. The workshop is set for October...

This one-day course introduces students to the complex and overlapping regulations that dictate the implementation of CNMP Best Management Practices in daily farm operations. Modules range from a national discussion of the EPA to a local township level and how citizens use legal remedies under...

This one-day introductory course focuses on understanding and interpreting technical standards for various agronomic and engineering practices implemented on farms. Participants will learn how to interpret and evaluate planned and previously installed management practices under both current and...

This blended intermediate-level course begins with an online component and concludes with a one day, in-person workshop with lunch provided.

Students will focus on the NRCS environmental evaluation process to assess both the existing resource condition of a site and the impacts of the...

This blended intermediate-level course begins with an online component and concludes with a one day, in-person workshop with lunch provided.

Students will focus on the NRCS environmental evaluation process to assess both the existing resource condition of a site and the impacts of the...

This one-day intermediate-level course highlights policies and resource concerns unique to the cranberry areas of Wisconsin and irrigated central sands.

Conservation Planning courses 1, 2, 3, and 4 are the Wisconsin equivalent of Conservation Planning modules 6-8 offered in other states...

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