Want better weather forecasts? Become a volunteer weather observer!

This March, the Community Collaborative Rain, Hail and Snow Network (CoCoRaHS) is recruiting volunteer weather observers to measure snow, rain, and hail in their backyards. Why? These data help the […]

2023 Manure Applicator 101 Training

Designed for employees of both for-hire manure applicators and farmers applying their own manure, this 3-hour training covers the basics of manure spill response, setbacks and regulations, neighbor relations and […]

2023 CAFO Update Series

Jointly sponsored by the Conservation Professional Training Program and Wisconsin DNR, CAFO Update Series workshops are designed for livestock operations near or at WPDES permit size (CAFOs): owners/management and key […]

Soil Health Workshops 2022

Join us to test and compare the soil health of different fields on your farm! In this training, you’ll learn about the basics of soil health and steps you can […]

Become a Volunteer Weather Observer!

How heavy was the rainfall overnight? How much snow fell during the latest snowstorm? Did you see the size of the hail last weekend? This March, join over 500 fellow […]

2022 Manure Applicator 101 Trainings

The University of Wisconsin-Madison Division of Extension is hosting four virtual Manure Applicator Training – Level 1 / Manure 101.  Designed for employees of both for-hire manure applicators and farmers […]

Virtual 2021 North American Manure Expo August 25–26

The 2021 North American Manure Expo will be held virtually August 25-26. Registration is FREE! Events include equipment demonstrations, farm tours, and informative sessions highlighting current research and practical in-field […]

Now Available: 2020 Wisconsin Soil and Water Conservation Report

The 2020 Wisconsin Soil and Water Conservation Report, produced by WDNR and DATCP, is now available. The report details the conservation work of landowners, farmers, and conservationists across the state […]

Video: Oneida Nation and Watershed Restoration

Two new videos, produced in collaboration with the Wisconsin Tribal Conservation Advisory Council, Wisconsin Wetlands Association, and USDA-Natural Resources Conservation Service, highlight the restoration work of the Oneida Nation in […]

Basic Ag for Conservationists Training July 7–8, August 19

Join Extension and WI Land+Water to better understand the basics of agriculture. This multi-component course is taught by experienced local, state, and federal conservationists and is intended to provide conservation […]