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If you are interested in learning about water-quality research, on-farm strategies and innovations used by dairy farmers that keep Wisconsin’s water supply clean, safe and accessible, the 2019 Water Matters Tours are for you! These two tours are happening on June 25 in Eau Claire, WI and...

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Experts Susan Knight of UW-Trout Lake Station, Paul Skawinski from UW-Extension Lakes, and Ali Mikulyuk and Michelle Nault from the Wisconsin DNR will introduce you to the many groups of aquatic plants that call Wisconsin lakes home, and teach you how...

It's that time of year to start preparing for spring and summer AIS activities! If you will conduct CBCW and/or CLMN AIS Monitoring trainings in 2019, please plan to join our Train the Trainer webinar.

Thursday, May 9, 2019
(Rescheduled from April...

This year's theme, "Pay it Forward," is a popular concept. When someone does something for you, instead of paying that person back directly, you pass it on to another person instead. This practice can certainly be seen with lake and stream volunteers, professionals in natural resource management...

Wisconsin Land + Water is planning a four-week Groundwater Webinar Series!
Schedule:
Thursday, October 4: Wisconsin's Groundwater: Basic concepts and information resources
Ken Bradbury from Wisconsin Geological & Natural History...

Just in time for growing season! UW-Extension recently published a guide for guide those who want to use drip irrigation for gardens to large fields, from Apples to Zucchini and everything in between.

Free download on the basics of micro-irrigation from the Learning Store:...

The University of Wisconsin-Extension is teaming up with drainage experts to offer a workshop on Tile Drainage on Agricultural Lands. Whether you’re considering tiling for the first time or adding to an existing field, or experiencing blowouts and other challenges, this workshop will empower you...

The University of Wisconsin-Extension is teaming up with drainage experts to offer a workshop on Tile Drainage on Agricultural Lands. Whether you’re considering tiling for the first time or adding to an existing field, or experiencing blowouts and other challenges, this workshop will empower you...

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This intermediate-level classroom and field archeological experience meets NRCS' Cultural Resource Module 7 and 8...

Darlington Golf & Country Club 17098 Country Club Rd. Darlington, WI

Sinkholes, Karst, and Groundwater Their influence on Agriculture and the Environment in Lafayette County Objectives:

 Gain an understanding of the geology of southwestern Wisconsin...

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