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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Organic Advisor Call Series

  The Organic Agronomy Training Service (OATS), the University of Wisconsin-Madison’s OGRAIN, and the American Society of Agronomy (ASA) have launched two new opportunities for organic advisors and ag professionals to connect and learn from each other. These are perfect for ag professionals who work with organic and transitional farmers. The Organic Advisor Call Series […]

Farm Stress Management and Resiliency

Farm and farm families experience a variety of stressors that lead to disruptions on the farm. Building resilience is necessary to reduce the impact of stressors and strengthen the farm and farm families. This session will share strategies that promote resilience and identify signs of stress on the farm. Info here. 

Summer Farm Bill Series

Do you care about sustainable agriculture and food security? Do you want to learn more about how the Farm Bill impacts those important issues? If so, the North Carolina Food System Advocacy Coalition’s Summer Farm Bill Series is right for you! Building from our Farm Storm last fall, we are holding three virtual sessions this […]

Raising Regenerative Tree-Range Poultry

Chickens are versatile and serve as powerhouses in regenerating a farming system. Hop on the bus with other poultry enthusiasts to learn from Reginaldo “Regi” Haslett-Marroquín and Wil Crombie of the Regenerative Agriculture Alliance in Northfield, Minnesota. Regi and Wil will share how chickens in the “Tree-Range” system are raised in a coop and paddock […]

Farm and Fiber Tour Stop 2

Join Three Rivers Fibershed (TRF) and Wisconsin Farmers Union (WFU) local chapters for a series of on-farm events highlighting local fiber farms, soil-to-soil farming practices, and regional textile systems in Wisconsin! Featuring WFU and TRF members/stewards, attendees will have the chance to connect with local farms and shepherds engaging in climate-beneficial, pasture-based farming practices and […]

Field Day: Red Door Family Farm

All women farmers, landowners and conservationists from Marathon, Portage, Shawano and surrounding counties are welcome to attend-- whatever your background, from beginners to experts! Info here. 

Agronomy and Soils Field Day

Pest Management in a Changing Climate Keeping up with disease management in an uncertain climate Earlier migrations and more generations: Insect pests in a changing climate Impact of extreme weather events on weed ecology and management Climate-plus Agriculture Soil Carbon Challenges of nitrogen management in Wisconsin cropping system Perennial cover reduces flooding downstream Cover Crops […]

Landowner Liability

This webinar will focus on matters of premises liability and timber protection for forest landowners, including matters of trespass, legal sufficiency of boundary and hazard marking, as well as disputes over boundaries and easements. Info here.

Incorporating ​Elements of Old Growth Forests in Timber Sales

Join a team of researchers and practitioners as we explore the Argonne Experimental Forest and discuss incorporating elements of old growth forest into forest management. Through a combination of presentations and field tours we will cover: Elements of old growth habitat and silvicultural treatments to obtain them Enhancing vertical and horizontal structure Forest regeneration consideration […]

Farming to Build Soil Health with No-Till, Cover Crops & Crop Rotations

Come join Iowa County's Uplands Watershed Group at a field day to discuss how soil health practices like no-till, cover crops, and crop rotations can benefit farmers' yield, as well as improve water quality and hold soil. We'll start the morning at a soil pit in a field on the farm 1/4 mile west on […]

Agroforestry Series: Planning and Designing

This in-depth look into the planning and designing process for agroforestry systems will be led by Savanna Institute’s Agroforestry Technical Service Provider, Sven Pihl. Sven Pihl is the Agroforestry Technical Service Provider for the Kankakee and Iroquois River Watersheds. Sven, a Navy aircraft mechanic before and during the Persian Gulf War, had also worked in […]

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