Wisconsin Cover Crop Conference

This year’s Wisconsin Cover Crop Conference may look a little different, but it will still bring you the valuable content you have come to expect from this conference. Topics include […]

Cover Crop Mixtures

This webinar will discuss how and why to choose species of a cover crop mix and tools for deciding species and seeding rates. Topics discussed will also include how different […]

Leveraging Covers and No-Till to Help You Remain Profitable

David Trimner is the co-owner and general manager of Miltrim Farms, a 2,500 cow dairy farm, cropping 5000 acres in Athens, Wisconsin. He has a varied role within the farm, […]

Soil Health Expo: Rolling into Covers

Speaker Rick Clark uses no-till and cover crops in a 5 crop rotation on his Indiana farm. His goal is to build the soil health on his farm to the […]

Illinois Conservation Cropping Seminars

Don’t miss information about ways farmers like yourself can improve soil health, learn about cover crops, remain profitable—and even more marketable—by using sustainable techniques that build up natural resilience to […]

Regenerative Gardening: Implementing Six Principles of Soil Heath to Improve Profits for Small-Scale Producers

Before you start planning and ordering seeds for this year’s garden, be sure to tune in to this webinar featuring Brian Downing. During the webinar, Brian will share his practical […]

Illinois Conservation Cropping Seminars

Don’t miss information about ways farmers like yourself can improve soil health, learn about cover crops, remain profitable—and even more marketable—by using sustainable techniques that build up natural resilience to […]

Soil Health in Organic Tunnels

Speakers will describe the state of soils in high tunnels and some issues of concern. Participants will learn about soil health measures, the effects of soil disturbance, and interactions between […]

Cover Crops, Herbs, and Cut Flowers for Pollination and Pest Management

Join us for this webinar as we discuss which cover crops, herbs, and cut flowers best support pollinators, predators, parasitoids, and have extra value for culinary or ornamental use. Cover […]

Illinois Conservation Cropping Seminars

Don’t miss information about ways farmers like yourself can improve soil health, learn about cover crops, remain profitable—and even more marketable—by using sustainable techniques that build up natural resilience to […]