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The Soil Health Nexus is hosting a series of informal soil health webinars featuring Extension soil health experts and researchers from across the region discussing the latest soil health research, resources, and news.
In this webinar we will immerse you deeper into reading riverscapes; specifically, we will introduce the principles of riverscape health. These principles will be cast in a light to help you better recognize impairments, articulate the scope of what's been lost, and realistically target recovery potential. Then we will introduce low-tech process-based restoration (PBR) as […]
Join The Tall Pines Conservancy for the 5th annual Healthy Lakes Conference. This conference will be held online. More information here.
Join Carmen, Maja, and the rest of the crew at Sundog Farm to learn how they are addressing challenges on their farm. You will see how the team manages sheep grazing through their vegetable fields.
Winter camelina (Camelina sativa) and pennycress (Thlaspi arvense) are new winter-hardy annual oilseeds that have great potential for use as a cash cover crop that protects soil and water while also providing economic benefits to farmers in the Upper Midwest.
This webinar will explain the development of the On-Farm Research Partnership between the NRCS and the Nebraska On-Farm Research Network and how it is used to collect production and soil data from NRCS Soil Health Demonstration Sites across Nebraska.
In a survey of over 1,700 well owners, 67% believed their well water was safe without any evidence to support it. You can protect your health and your family's by learning the basics of well care.
Tom's goal is to improve the soil on his family's century farm. To do this, he has been working with neighbors Jim Funke, Jon Merrill, and Conner Allender to integrate cattle, sheep, and poultry into his cropping system in a variety of ways.
During this free webinar series, Sara Dorland of Ceres Dairy Risk Management will provide monthly dairy market insights into what's happening today, tomorrow and the rest of 2020. Join us to learn more about: COVID-19 impacts locally and internationally Trends in food-service and consumer buying Avenues for risk protection now and in the future This is […]
This webinar will showcase the soon-to-be released guide and toolkit that was developed with support from a Project Advisory Council
Prairie strips are a practice that more farmers and landowners are using to reintegrate prairie into Iowa's agricultural landscape, providing numerous water quality and wildlife benefits in the process.
The Northwest Wisconsin Lakes Conference is a great opportunity for lake enthusiasts, local government officials, and others interested in protecting our water resources to take in a number of educational presentations and network with fellow conference attendees. Keynote Presentation: Under the Surface: Hope and Healing in Wisconsin - Ian Karl, Northwest Passage Breakout Sessions including: Farmer-Led […]
If you're involved with wetland management, restoration, or mitigation at any scale, you need to understand how soil properties influence wetlands. Soils affect water availability, water transport, vegetation communities, and so much more.
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