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Producer-Led Webinar Series

04/07/2020 2:53PM

Hosted by DATCP and Discovery Farms

This webinar series, delivered in a podcast format, will cover a range of conservation topics that producer-led groups around the state are focusing on. Each webinar will include the farmer perspective and will have time for plenty of Q&A and discussion.

Goals

  1. Facilitate farmer exchange to problem solve, try new things and innovate
  2. Provide space for farmers and partners to ask questions about the DATCP program
  3. Collect information about what is working, what is challenging and what practices are being tried
  4. Provide resources for farmer-led groups
  5. Evaluate the success of the webinars through surveys and interactive webinars

See what's coming up!

WEBINARS ARE AT 12:00 pm

June 9

To sign up for the webinar series, click here: https://bit.ly/3acx3t0 

Any questions, please email: rachel.rushmann@wisconsin.gov.

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About Discovery Farms®

state of Wisconsin

Since 2001, Discovery Farms has worked with Wisconsin farmers to identify the water quality impacts of different farming systems around the state. The program, which is part of UW-Extension, is under the direction of a farmer-led steering committee and takes a real-world approach to finding the most economical solutions to agriculture’s environmental challenges. 

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Science meets the seat of the tractor

08/30/2019

By David Tenenbaum Originally written for UW-Madison News

Diversify rotations, increase manure spreading

08/08/2019

By: Eric Cooley, eric.cooley@wisc.edu Originally published in PDPW's Dairy's Bottom Line

Learn runoff lessons from Rock County

08/08/2019

By: Abby Augarten Published in Agriview

Three opportunities to spread green in spring

06/27/2019

This article was origionally published in Agriview and is part of a four-piece series on creating new manure spreading opportunities for Wisconsin farmers. It was written by Aaron Pape, UW Discovery Farms Tile Drainage Education Coordinator based on UW Discovery Farms work and participating farmer experiences.