Your one-stop-shop for conservation professional training

The Conservation Professional Training Program is a program of UW–Madison Division of Extension providing conservation training courses to help you deliver smarter solutions to farmers and rural landowners. From introductory courses for new employees to advanced training for conservation advisors, we provide diverse trainings to ensure you have the skills you need to succeed.

Conservation Calendar

We offer face to face, online and blended training to conservation agencies, private sector consultants and landowners across Wisconsin, the Midwest, and the US. View conservation-related events and trainings offered by us and our partners throughout the state.

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Conservation News

CONSERVATION PARTNERSHIP TRAINING IN LATE JANUARY

Wisconsin Land and Water is hosting a Conservation Partnership Training the mornings of January 26th, 27th and 28th. The event is designed for Conservation staff, supervisors, and others interested in learning more about WI Land+Water, DATCP, DNR, NRCS, Trout Unlimited, Pheasants Forever, and the Conservation Professional Training Program .

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WISCONSIN COVER CROP CONFERENCE GOES VIRTUAL

This year’s Wisconsin Cover Crop Conference may look a little different, but it promises to still bring the valuable content you have come to expect from this conference. Topics include moving forward through adversity, cover crops for weed management, growing small grains, and the economic and environmental benefits of rotational grazing.

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