Conservation Calendar

Looking to stay up to date on your CEUs? Have producers asking conservation-specific questions you don’t feel confident answering? Looking to host a training and want to avoid conflicts for your audience? You have come to the right place.

Explore our Conservation Calendar for information on conservation-related events and trainings hosted across Wisconsin and beyond.

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Healthy Soils, Healthy Crops

Clean Farm Families Across from 1671 Beech Lane, Fredonia

Join this field day to learn about topics including: Cover crop species for after small grains, soybeans, & corn silage Evaluating soil health based on infiltration rates Demonstrating in-field no-till […]

Free

Badger Crop Connect

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Badger Crop Connect is a crop production webinar series developed by the University of Wisconsin-Madison Extension Crops and Soils Program for the 2020 growing season. Badger Crop Connect’s goal is to bring agronomists, crop consultants, and farmers timely crop updates for Wisconsin.

The Current: Grazing, Livestock, and Water Resource Management

Online

Managed grazing can have a number of water-related benefits including flood reduction, improved water quality, nutrient and water efficiency, and increased water infiltration and retention. Tune in to this month’s […]

Free

Exploring Small Grains for Forage and Options for Portable Watering

Online

Are you a young grazier wanting to explore integrating small grains for forage and other uses? How about options for portable watering systems when you are grazing remote pastures? Are you a seasoned grazier with direct experience and/or connections relevant to these topics that could help a beginning grazier get going?

Free

Interseeding Cover Crops, Grazing, & 60″ Corn

Online

Aaron Gillespie farms near Fountain, Minn., and raises conventional/organic row crops, small grains, cover crops, hay, and canning peas. He also rotationally grazes beef. Gillespie built his own interseeder to […]

Free

What Makes A Wetland Internationally Important?

Online

The Lower Wisconsin Riverway stretches 92 miles from the Prairie du Sac Dam to its confluence with the Mississippi River. A vital, wild recreational and educational resource, it also harbors important cultural sites and is one of the nation's most significant riverine systems.

Free

Seedling Genetics and Soil Fertility – Know What You are Planting and How to Car for It

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During each rotation of a planted forest, landowners have a single opportunity to choose the appropriate genetics for their long-term investment. We encourage forest landowners to plant the best genetic quality seedlings possible. The benefits from establishing highly productive families, in combination with good silvicultural practices, will result in large financial returns.

Free

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