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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3 events,

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Wisconsin Wind and Water Assessment Tools

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Webinar Series: Cultivating Local Farm Economies: Planning, Zoning and Emerging Issues in Agritourism

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Weed ID and Management

6 events,

2021 Aquatic Plant ID Workshop

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Substantial Damage Workshop

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Why Global Delivery and Logistics Fleets are Electrifying Now

- Recurring

Summer Management

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Conservation Conversation

5 events,

Fishes of Wisconsin Course

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Source Water Protection in the Watershed

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Climate-Critical Lands Briefing: Identifying Priorities and Potential

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Road Salts and Freshwater Salinization Syndrome: An Emerging Water Quality Threat

5 events,

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UW Small Grains Field Day

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UW Small Grains Field Day

COMET Tools: An Overview of the Climate Smart Toolset

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UW Cover Crop Management in Conventional and Organic Corn–Soybean Production Systems Plot Tour

2 events,

WI Dairy Grazing Apprenticeship Pasture Walk – Van Langen Dairy Farm

1 event,

3 events,

Online Course: Virtual Herbicides & Longleaf 201 Academy

- Recurring

Summer Management

4 events,

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Basic Ag for Conservationists

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Mitigation of Internal Nutrient Loads in Drinking Water Sources

3 events,

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Basic Ag for Conservationists

3 events,

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Tools for Minimal-Till Market Farming and Diversified Vegetables: Virtual Field Day

4 events,

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The Dairy Experience Forum

9 events,

Digester optimization for co-digestion & biogas production

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Regenerative agriculture: What every agricultural professional needs to know

- Recurring

Webinar Series: Farming for the Future: Ecosystem Market

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On what social science can tell us about engaging private landowners in riparian forest buffer work

- Recurring

Summer Management

8 events,

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Cyanobacteria and our lakes

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USDA-NRCS public conservation virtual meeting

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Farmland to Shoreland

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Harmful algae management

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Preparing for and Adapting to Future Floods with Natural Flood Management

- Recurring

Practical resilience and systems thinking workshop

8 events,

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Professional Dairy Producers Dairy Robotics Tour

Poultry agricultural sustainability

- Recurring

Webinar Series: Farming for the Future: Ecosystem Market

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Improving watershed health through agricultural-municipal partnerships

- Recurring

Practical resilience and systems thinking workshop

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WWCC Field Day

3 events,

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Grain Place Foundation field day

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GrassWorks pasture walk

2 events,

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Managing Impacts of the Invasive Emerald Ash Borer on Wisconsin’s Wooded Wetlands

7 events,

Mid-season fundamental ag update

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Equipment demonstration, soil health, and drought resiliency

The habitat matrix: Stepping down bird management from landscape to stand

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Septic Systems 101

- Recurring

Summer Management

8 events,

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Wagner Fields Farm Day

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Do healthy soils grow healthier food?

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From intake to the tap

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Potato research field day

Recurring

Plant-insect interactions

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Wildlife migration, monarch butterflies and you!

3 events,

3 events,

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What can we do about pesticide drift?

Old lineage, new threats: The Ouachita map turtles of the Lower Wisconsin River

1 event,

3 events,

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Strip-till, no-till, animal integration, and solar field day

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Aligning mosquito control with pollinator protection

3 events,

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Restore native habitat

- Recurring

Mussel workshop

2 events,

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Every farm matters

2 events,

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Mussel workshop

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Ephraim swamp field trip

0 events,

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