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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Inflation Reduction Act of 2022

Tax professionals will provide the basics about the program, the tax consequences, tax management methods to consider, and farm management considerations. Info here.

Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) Conversation Innovation Grant Program

The USDA National Agroforestry Center plans to deliver 10 webinars starting in September 2022. Participants will hear from both USDA program specialists and people who have used these programs to support their agroforestry work. Each of the 10 webinars will focus on a single USDA program. Registration is available for each webinar, and recordings will […]


2023 Virtual Nutrient Management Training for Farmers

The Nutrient and Pest Management Program (University of Wisconsin-Madison) is offering a virtual training for farmers interested in writing their own nutrient management plans. This training provides both the basics of nutrient management and an introduction to SnapPlus. The same training will be offered on 5 different dates: Jan. 9, Feb. 7, Feb. 28, Mar. […]

Building Soil Health With Animal Agriculture

This seminar will dig deep into what soil health is, how it is linked to the current regenerative agriculture trend, and how animal agriculture can work to build resiliency from the ground up. Our guest presenter is Dr. Janel Louise Ohletz. Info here.

Wisconsin Agribusiness Classic

The Wisconsin Agribusiness Classic is Wisconsin's premier agribusiness industry event drawing interest and participation from all confluences of the industry from throughout the Midwestern states. The program is held at the Alliant Energy Center each January and boasts an attendance of nearly 1,200 attendees. The conference and tradeshow is a collaborative effort between the Wisconsin […]

Winter G-Team Meeting-Introduction to the Heifer Grazing Compass Tool “Making the Economic Case for Raising Dairy Heifers on Pasture”

The goal of this training is to provide service providers the knowledge and skills to utilize this tool and engage the farmers they work in conversations regarding the economics of raising livestock on pasture. Join other agency staff and grazing advocates for this engaging training. Agenda: - Introductions - Farmer Panel: Mike Redetzke - Peaceful […]

Integrating Wetlands in Agricultural Landscapes

This session is part of the 2022-2023 Chesapeake Bay Agriculture Network Forum and Listening Sessions. Join National Fish and Wildlife Foundation to address the question: What will it take to accelerate wetlands restoration, creation, and enhancement in the region’s varied agricultural landscapes? Info here. 

Advancing Regenerative and Climate-Smart Agriculture Forum Session

This session is part of the 2022-2023 Chesapeake Bay Agriculture Network Forum and Listening Sessions. Join National Fish and Wildlife Foundation to address the question: How can we leverage our collective knowledge and experience supporting agricultural water quality improvement towards achieving a more holistic approach to regenerative and climate-smart agriculture, farm-scale greenhouse gas reduction, and agricultural […]

Great Plains Growers Conference

Great Plains Growers Conference is for commercial fruit and vegetable producers from Iowa, Kansas, Missouri, Nebraska, and other midwest states. It provides research-based information, from both vegetable research specialists and local growers, to help your farms grow and thrive. This conference will be held in St. Joseph, Missouri. Tracks include vegetable production, small fruit and tree […]

Restoring wetland amphipods to revive wetland habitats

Amphipods are important wetland invertebrates that indicate water quality and healthy aquatic plant habitats and are a key food for waterfowl. Our research will describe new findings relating amphipods to plant diversity, nuisance wetland fishes, insecticide contamination, and waterfowl wetland use. We also share our experimental attempts to ‘stock’ or do ‘conservation translocation’ of amphipods […]

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