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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Fishes of Wisconsin Course

UW–Milwaukee Field Station

Wisconsin is home to 147 native species of fishes, ranging from parasitic lampreys to colorful darters to majestic pikes and prehistoric sturgeons. This course will present the breadth of fish […]

Online Course: Virtual Herbicides & Longleaf 201 Academy


The Herbicides & Longleaf 201 course will guide you in the selection of forestry herbicides to advance your ecological restoration and longleaf management objectives. The Virtual Academy consists of a […]


The Dairy Experience Forum


The Dairy Experience Forum is an innovative, disruptive event that will examine the key trends impacting consumers and opportunities to grow dairy sales. The forum brings together key stakeholders and […]


Designing wetland restoration seed mixes


Kelly Voigt, TTCP Training Conservationist, will demonstrate how to design and evaluate wetland restoration seed mixes using the latest version of the NRCS seeding and certification calculator. Follow this link for more […]

Women in Government: Breaking through barriers


Women serve as heads of state in only 22 countries, and 119 countries have never had a female leader. At the current rate, gender equality in the highest positions of […]


Summer Management


Learn basic horticulture principles and practices associated with organic vegetable production while exploring the management of pests and disease, nutrients, and weeds in an organic farming operation. The workshop will […]

Cyanobacteria and our lakes


Join us to hear from one of Wisconsin’s leading algae experts discuss the infamous photosynthetic bacteria: cyanobacteria (blue-green algae). Native to every lake and river in Wisconsin, excessive cyanobacteria growth […]

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