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Conservation Observance Day recognizes the hard work and success of Wisconsin farmers who are protecting our soil and water. This event will be held on Friday, August 23, 2019. Topics such as multi-species cover crop mixes, no-till, planting green, soil health, aerial seeding, 60” corn rows,...

Join UW-Madison Division of Extension and Wisconsin Land and Water to better understand the basics of agriculture through a multi-component course taught by experienced local, state, and federal conservationists.  The course will feature both classroom and field sessions.  This training is...

The University of Wisconsin-Madison Division of Extension and the National Widlife Federation are teaming up to host a two-day communication training designed to equip conservation professionals with advanced strategies and techniques to better engage farmers who are hesitant or resistant to...

DATCP, in cooperation with DNR, will again be hosting conservation partner meetings. These meeting are designed to give folks the chance to get together and talk about conservation programs, challenges, and questions.

The meetings are open to conservation staff, members of the LCC, agency...

This year's Wisconsin Soil and Water Conservation Society Conference will focus on facing the floods and will feature a discussion of the history, prediction and response to flood occurrence in Wisconsin.

The event will take place at the Cranberry Creek Conference Center in Warrens...

SnapPlus & SnapMaps have come a long way in the last year and it’s time for some training so you can learn all the functions that exist and see if there are any new or improved tools that could help you do things better or faster or maybe even both! It is also time to become comfortable with...

Please join us for the Fall Technical Tour to be held on October 24, 2018.

We will gather at beautiful Traxler Park along the Rock River – home of the famous Rock Aqua Jays Waterski Show team. We’ll venture out the MacFarlane Pheasant farm...

Twice a year WI Land+Water provides training for conservation department employees.  This training is for new staff and is also a great refresher for seasoned staff.  During the one-day training, state and federal partner agencies provide information about programs and topics integral to...