Mussel workshop

Be a part of a research project in the Sugar River! As part of a grant from the Wisconsin Citizen-based Monitoring Partnership Program, USRWA and Wisconsin DNR are hosting a […]

Mussel workshop

Be a part of a research project in the Sugar River! As part of a grant from the Wisconsin Citizen-based Monitoring Partnership Program, USRWA and Wisconsin DNR are hosting a […]

Farmland to Shoreland

This event is for all watershed residents. We will be showcasing how practices utilized by local farmers are protecting local water quality and how you can help at home. Our […]

Tracing Connections Between Water and Climate

Register today for the next event in the Climate & Energy Series! Join us at noon on March 24th as we welcome Gary Besaw (Former Tribal Chair, Menominee Indian Tribe […]

Leading at the Edge – Advancing Edge of Field Practices

Join this webinar about the importance of accelerating the adoption of Edge of Field (EoF) practices to achieve an integrated, whole-farm approach to working lands conservation. Sustainability is becoming mainstream […]

Nutrient Management Practices and Their Co-Benefits

Nutrient management practices are critical for reducing nutrient loads downstream. But what about the other benefits nutrient management practices provide outside of water quality improvement? Tune into this webinar to […]

How’s My Waterway

An updated version of How’s My Waterway (HMW) was released publicly in June 2020. HMW provides a comprehensive overview of water quality data and information in the United States on three different scales: community, state, and national.

Soil Water and Nutrient Management Meeting

The meetings will include topics related to the value of soil organic matter and how to build it (Matt Ruark), lessons learned about corn nitrogen management in Wisconsin and the Midwest (Carrie Laboski), and challenges of liquid dairy manure management in Wisconsin (Francisco Arriaga).

Soil Water and Nutrient Management Meeting

The meetings will include topics related to the value of soil organic matter and how to build it (Matt Ruark), lessons learned about corn nitrogen management in Wisconsin and the Midwest (Carrie Laboski), and challenges of liquid dairy manure management in Wisconsin (Francisco Arriaga).

Managing Water Level Impacts on Wisconsin Beaches

This webinar will include a panel of experts who will discuss a range of water level issues, including basin hydrology, water level forecasts, nearshore water level impacts, and useful tools for examining coastal processes. In addition, participants will hear a local case study of designing a beach for resiliency, which provides important lessons from design conception to currently faced challenges.