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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Wetlands as Solutions to our Water Issues in Wisconsin


Learn about what wetlands are, why they’re important, their current state, and what you can do to care for these natural treasures. Historically viewed as wastelands, wetland loss was rampant […]

Wisconsin Plant Condition Inventory and Evaluation Training


Starting June 8 from 10:00am–12:00pm, this course provides an introduction to the pasture evaluation approach known as Pasture Condition Scoring (PCS).  You'll learn about the ten indicators of pasture health […]

Planting Green


This edition of the Producer-Led Webinar Series will cover agronomic and management considerations in planting corn into rye as well as planting corn into alfalfa. We will look at cover […]

Farmland to Shoreland

Shawano Wisconsin

Join us for a field day at two Shawano County farms to learn about interseeding, grazing and how you can protect your lakeshore. 4:30 PM - Interseeding W2648 River Road, […]

Farming with Soil Life Short Course


In this course, participants will discuss common soil invertebrates, their ecology and roles in soil health, scouting methods, and management strategies to increase beneficial soil animal populations. Xerces presenters Stephanie […]

Using Social Norms to Promote Conservation Adoption


Organized by the North Central Region Water Network, this webinar will discuss how conservation professionals can use social norms to promote adoption of conservation practices. What do we know about […]

Sacred Earth Field Day

Sacred Earth S7560 US HWY 12, North Freedom

Learn about the unique environmental, cultural, and geological history of Sacred Earth. Randy Poelma will guide us through the vast restoration efforts that are taking place to transition the land […]

Opportunities for New NRCS NWQI Watersheds


Designed for state source water coordinators, state and local NRCS, utilities, conservation districts, and other source water partners, this webinar will discuss the importance of initiating or continuing conversations with […]

What You Can Do to Protect Water Quality at Home


The Illinois Nutrient Loss Reduction Strategy is a statewide effort to improve water quality in Illinois rivers and the Gulf of Mexico. This webinar will discuss the ways your family […]

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