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Groundwater Seminar, by Kevin Masarik, Groundwater Education Specialist at the Center for Watershed Science and Education, UW-Stevens Point & UW-Extension. He will be discussing groundwater and groundwater issues across the state.
There will also be a raffle for two rain barrels, $5....

EPA’s Water Quality Modeling Workgroup announces it’s fifth webinar on water quality modeling. All webinars will be focused on helping water quality professionals better understand modeling and how models can be used to solve the problems facing water quality regulators.

This fifth...

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...

This field-based workshop will help you view landscapes through a wetland lens.

At this workshop, participants will learn how to:
1.) Gather information that helps you consider the watershed context of site proposals.
2.) Relate concepts of...

The 70th Annual Soil and Water Conservation Society (SWCS) Conference will provide a forum to celebrate past conservation accomplishments as well as share and promote science-based knowledge on critical, current issues facing soil, water, and environmental sustainability.

We will meet...

CPTP will be presenting at the Wisconsin Land and Water Annual Conference, which will be held on March 9-11, 2015 at the Radisson Paper Valley Hotel in Appleton, WI. Today is your FINAL day to pre-register. Don’t miss out, register ...

The Midwest Manure Summit was held on February 24 & 25, 2015 in Green Bay, Wisconsin. This informative summit focused on managing manure through new technologies and methods. The two-day event brought together experts from across the country and included nationally recognized speakers as...

Training will be a combination of webinars using distance education delivery and an in‐person workshop during the summer of 2015 to get practice using some of the tools discussed in the presentations.Who should attend:Extension agents, agricultural educators, land conservation department staff...

UW Extension has teamed up with NRCS and the Brown County Land Conservation Department to offer an empowering workshop on how drainage systems work and how planning ahead can be the difference between improving crop yields and an expensive failure.

"Tiling is a significant investment...

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