UW-Discovery Farms

Discovery Farms Virtual Conference

12/02/2020 - 01/27/2021

Keeping up with your conservation goals through change and challenge

The Discovery Farms Programs in Wisconsin and Minnesota are excited to bring to you a virtual conference series this winter. Join us on seven Wednesdays for one hour each week as we cover topics like water quality, soil health, climate change and more!

Register for FREE and see the agenda at: https://discovery-farms-conference.constantcontactsites.com/
CEUs will be available!

Producer-Led Webinar Series


Hosted by DATCP and Discovery FarmsThis 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.GoalsFacilitate farmer exchange to problem solve, try new things and innovateProvide space for farmers and partners to ask questions about the DATCP programCollect information about what is working, what is challenging and what practices are being triedProvide resources for farmer-led groupsEvaluate the success of the webinars through surveys and interactive webinarsSee what's coming up!WEBINARS ARE AT 12:00 pmNovember 10- Fall and winter grazing techniquesTo sign up for the webinar series, click here: https://bit.ly/3acx3t0 Any questions, please email: rachel.rushmann@wisconsin.gov.

Mondays in March: Unmasking misconceptions, webinar series

03/02/2020 - 03/29/2020

Watch the recordings from this Discovery Farms Webinar SeriesWeather 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 WatershedsTracy Hames and Erin O’Brien, Wisconsin Wetlands AssociationWatch the recording: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6M8XJT9rnC0   Wetlands for On-Farm Water ManagementTracy Hames and Erin O’Brien, Wisconsin Wetlands Association    Watch the recording: https://youtu.be/Iv6lNOzo1G8  Why we should keep Nitrogen Use Efficiency in our toolboxMatt Ruark, UW-Madison, Department of Soil Science Watch the recording:https://youtu.be/LmBWALvZEkc