Life Hacks over Lunch: A Meet-up Series for Watershed Professionals

This free, virtual meet-up series is a peer-learning opportunity for watershed professionals to share ideas and advice for solving real-life challenges of watershed projects. If you work with farmers and […]

Life Hacks over Lunch: A Meet-up Series for Watershed Professionals

This free, virtual meet-up series is a peer-learning opportunity for watershed professionals to share ideas and advice for solving real-life challenges of watershed projects. If you work with farmers and […]

Building Human Capital in Conservation and Watershed Work

People are the ultimate drivers of change. That is no exception when it comes to achieving clean water and conservation goals in the Midwest. Human capital, or an individual’s skills […]

Leadership for Midwestern Watersheds (LMW) Forum

The annual LMW meeting series features presentations and facilitated discussions on subjects essential to successful watershed projects. Examples include: farmer engagement, geospatial planning tools, project financing, and water quality monitoring. […]

Using EPA’s EnviroAtlas and Recovery Potential Screening Tools to Support Sound Decision Making

EPA’s EnviroAtlas and the Healthy Watersheds Program’s Recovery Potential Screening (RPS) Tool are decision-support tools that assist users in determining where and how to take action to ensure successful ecosystem […]

Tap Your Potential Curriculum: A Training to Grow Farmer Leadership in Watershed Management Lunch and Learn

Learn more about Tap Your Potential: A Training to Grow Farmer Leadership in Watershed Management and how you can incorporate it into your programming to engage farmers in efforts to […]

Clean Lakes 101: Yahara CLEAN Strategic Plan 3.0

The Yahara River Watershed contributes significantly to the region’s economic vitality and quality of life. Despite years of investment in water quality improvements, the watershed’s five lakes remain highly eutrophic, […]

Life Hacks over Lunch: A Meet-up Series for Watershed Professionals

This free, virtual meet-up series is a peer-learning opportunity for watershed professionals to share ideas and advice for solving real-life challenges of watershed projects. If you work with farmers and […]

Seven Principles for Selling Conservation

Join us for the National Watershed Coalition Webinar on Seven Principles for Selling Conservation, using those principles to sell several aspects of Watershed Project work, including addressing mitigation efforts, and […]

Every farm matters

With more and more landowners owning smaller and smaller farms, it can be easy to think that your farmland doesn’t matter in the grand scheme of things. During this workshop, […]