GIS Based Tool Developed to Aid County Land Conservation Departments

2017-11-30T09:51:51+00:00

Fox-Wolf Watershed Alliance, along with partners from Outagamie, Winnebago, Brown and Calumet Counties, have pioneered a GIS based tool to track resource concerns as well as planned and installed agricultural best management practices.

GIS Based Tool Developed to Aid County Land Conservation Departments 2017-11-30T09:51:51+00:00

Plum & Konkapot Creek Project Sign – Coming Soon!

2017-10-16T09:07:26+00:00

The Fox-Wolf Watershed Alliance is proud to announce that a new sign, highlighting the agricultural conservation efforts of our Great Lakes Restoration Initiative partners, will be placed in the City of Kaukauna in the

Plum & Konkapot Creek Project Sign – Coming Soon! 2017-10-16T09:07:26+00:00

Corn Cultivator + AirSeeder = Cover Crop Jumpstart

2017-07-18T08:18:55+00:00

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

Corn Cultivator + AirSeeder = Cover Crop Jumpstart 2017-07-18T08:18:55+00:00

Great Lakes Restoration Initiative – Plum & Kankapot Updates

2017-07-18T08:22:48+00:00

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

Great Lakes Restoration Initiative – Plum & Kankapot Updates 2017-07-18T08:22:48+00:00

Lower Fox Demonstration Farms Network – Project Updates

2017-07-13T11:39:11+00:00

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

Lower Fox Demonstration Farms Network – Project Updates 2017-07-13T11:39:11+00:00

GLRI 49: Characterizing zones of high potential nutrient cycling in agricultural catchments and their relation to agricultural best management practices in the Fox River watershed

2017-04-06T13:50:52+00:00

Over-arching goals: determine the distribution and function of naturally occurring zones of high in-stream cycling of nitrogen (N) and phosphorus (P); determine whether land management has an impact on the distribution and function of

GLRI 49: Characterizing zones of high potential nutrient cycling in agricultural catchments and their relation to agricultural best management practices in the Fox River watershed 2017-04-06T13:50:52+00:00

Great Lakes Restoration Initiative Funding Available in the Lower Fox Watershed, Apply by Sept. 2, 2016

2017-01-26T14:43:29+00:00

Originally posted on 08.15.16 by NRCS Wisconsin Appleton, Wis. – August 15, 2016 – The U.S. Department of Agriculture has announced conservation funds available through the Environmental Quality Incentives Program,

Great Lakes Restoration Initiative Funding Available in the Lower Fox Watershed, Apply by Sept. 2, 2016 2017-01-26T14:43:29+00:00