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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Conservation Connections: Back to Basics Pasture Walk

With a goal of supporting farmers to better understand soil health and conservation practices, a Twilight Pasture Walk will be held at Holm Girls Dairy in Elk Mound, WI. This event is open to farmers and landowners of all experience levels and will provide information and resources as well as opportunities to connect with resources […]

Field Day: Together Farms

We will meet and do a farm tour, have a chance to hear about Intensive Rotational Grazing and take a Wagon ride around the farm prior to burger night. Learn how Stephanie has used her land with an eye to conservation and the health of the animals. All women farmers, landowners and conservationists from Pierce, […]

Identifying Raptors in Fall Migration in Wisconsin

The goal of this course is to learn to identify and monitor raptors during migration. We will especially focus on learning how to identify raptors in flight; that is how we are most likely to see them during their autumn migration. Many field guides are useful for identifying a perched raptor, but the birds when […]

NAWM’s Annual State/Tribal/Federal Coordination Meeting

We invite you to join us for NAWM’s (formerly ASWM)Annual State/Tribal/Federal Coordination Meeting, to be held at the National Conservation Training Center (NCTC) from August 15-19, 2022. The purpose of this annual meeting is to support state and tribal wetland program managers, and other wetland professionals as they respond to challenges in the coming year. […]

Climate Adaptation for Forest-Dependent Wildlife Webinar Series

This 12-part series tells a story about climate change and its impacts on forest ecosystems and forest dependent wildlife species. We will examine forest ecosystems and their composition and structure under a changing climate, and the influence on wildlife populations and carbon dynamics. We will also share tools and management approaches to help facilitate forest […]

Pasture Management, OAD and Fall Seasonal Calving on an All Forage Dairy

Ricky is a DGA Journeygrazier. Together with his wife Thelma they took over Thelma's parents farm. Since then they built a parlor, went to OAD and fully fall seasonal calving. They also added ancillary, Direct-To-Consumer enterprises. Ricky will talk about their decision making process and their Pasture Management. Info here.

Swimming with superbugs: Exploring how antimicrobial resistance moves in our environment

Understanding the interconnected health of humans, animals, and the environment (the one-health framework) is essential to address a growing public health crisis of antimicrobial resistance (AMR). However, examinations of the role of the environment to harbor and transport AMR have lagged behind efforts in human and animal medicine. In this webinar, we'll explore what we […]

Restoration Field Day 2022

The Restoration Field Day is a gathering for ecological practitioners, vendors, property owners, naturalists, and students of all ages. This full-day workshop will make ecological management accessible to everyone. Participants will explore a variety of land management tools, techniques, and services through field demonstrations, hands-on learning experiences, and vendor booths led by experts in restoration […]

Gitigaaning Farm & Manoomin Tour

Join us for a tour of these two incredible agricultural sites of the Fond du Lac Band of Lake Superior Chippewa! Visit Perch Lake to learn about manoomin (wild rice) and the importance of treaties in tribal food sovereignty, including the management, production, and marketing aspects of manoomin. Gitigaaning, which means "the place of the […]

Aquatic Invasive Species Snapshot Day – 2022

Wisconsin Snapshot Day is a statewide, one-day event connecting volunteers, water lovers, and local groups in a search for aquatic invasive species (AIS). You can help protect Wisconsin’s rivers, lakes, and wetlands from these invasive plants and animals that negatively impact habitat, wildlife, recreation and health. This event is coordinated in partnership with UW-Madison Division […]

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