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Mondays in March: Unmasking misconceptions, webinar series

03/02/2020 - 03/29/2020

Watch the recordings from this Discovery Farms Webinar Series

Weather forecasts: How are they made?

Timm Uhlmann,Green Bay National Weather Service

Watch the recording: https://youtu.be/BIVlb2quYAE

 

What are we doing with all of this water quality data?

Erica Olson and Abby Augarten, Discovery Farms

 Watch the recording: https://youtu.be/N5nFks_zADU

 The Role of Wetlands in Watersheds

Tracy Hames and Erin O’Brien, Wisconsin Wetlands Association

Watch the recording: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6M8XJT9rnC0

 

Wetlands for On-Farm Water Management

Tracy Hames and Erin O’Brien, Wisconsin Wetlands Association 

  Watch the recording: https://youtu.be/Iv6lNOzo1G8 

Why we should keep Nitrogen Use Efficiency in our toolbox

Matt Ruark, UW-Madison, Department of Soil Science

Watch the recording:https://youtu.be/LmBWALvZEkc

Upcoming Events

VIRTUAL Northeast Regional Tile Meeting

04/08/2020 10:00AM - 04/08/2020 12:00PM



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About Discovery Farms®

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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.