The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources recently published a 2015 - 2016 progress report to the Wisconsin Nutrient Management Strategy. This report highlights the progress being made statewide on nutrient and sediment loading to Wisconsin waters.
To build on successes with air seeding cover crops while making a fall tillage pass, The Nature Conservancy (TNC) partnered with Outagamie and Brown Counties to mount the air seeder on a 12-row corn
The Fox Wolf Watershed Alliance and its project partners were awarded a Great Lakes Restoration Initiative (GLRI) Grant to promote agricultural conservation practices in the Plum and Kankapot Creek Sub-Watersheds. The Plum and
The Lower Fox Demonstration Farms Network has been busy in the agricultural conservation arena this spring. The network reports the following agricultural conservation efforts: The ZRX Roller/Crimper was used to plant
May 9, 2017 RSS New Study Shows Diversified Crop Rotation System Could Be Adopted Widely Across Corn Belt And Increase Corn-Soy Yields While Slashing Soil Erosion and Water Pollution Farmers Could See Soil Erosion
Originally posted on 08.22.16 by Brent Peterson, Brown County Land and Water Conservation Department Farm Demonstration Network Update 8/22/16 Good morning everyone, This is my first post on Fox Wolf Watershed Alliance's
As corn silage is harvested, those that travel through the Plum and Konkapot Creek Watersheds may be seeing more cover crops growing than they have in the past. Interseeding cover crops into young standing