SWCS Annual Fall Meeting : “Managing Our Forests and our Pastures for Healthy Ecosystems” is planned for Thursday, October 9th, 2014 from 9:00 am-3:00 pm near Tomahawk Wisconsin. This tour is capped at 40 people… register early to save your spot! More information available at: http://wi-swcs.org/2014-fall-tour/
The 2013 WI SWCS Annual Report is now available! FIND IT HERE
Be sure to join us no matter the weather tomorrow for a fantastic line up on cover crops in Wisconsin Dells! For all the details visit: http://wi-swcs.org/2014-annual-conference-soil-health-and-cover-crop-principles-improving-our-soils-improving-our-future/ Registration is available at the door!
Included in this newsletter: Annual Contributor’s Drive, Save the Date for our Annual Conference, and Highlights from the Summer Tour!
Be sure to mark your calendars for Thursday, February 20th, 2014 for the Wisconsin SWCS Annual Conference to be held at the Kalahari Resort in Wisconsin Dells. More details will be coming soon!
Read more about the tour WI SWCS members took this summer to a Southwestern Wisconsin Prairie, Savanna, and Cold Water Stream Habitat Restoration… lots of pictures included!
The online registration for the WI SWCS Summer Tour is now available! Be sure to register online before Friday, July 26th. Members save $15 by registering early!!!!
The 2013 May Newsletter is now avaialble for your viewing pleasure! Check it out here: WI SWCS May 2013 Newsletter It includes great articles from conservation minded folks and includes all the information for our upcoming Summer Tour!
Brochure: Conservation In Action Tour 2013 Algona, Iowa – Kossuth County Extension, Kossuth County Farm Bureau, Natural Resources Conservation Service and the Kossuth Soil and Water Conservation District have partnered to offer a Conservation in Action Tour. The tour will take place on Thursday, June 27th. Busses will leave from the Northeast corner of the …
Thanks for joining us for the 2013 WI SWCS Annual Meeting “Impact on Conservation with Increasing Commodity Pressures.” The speakers did a fabulous job informing us of why the choices being made on our landscape are being done, the science behind our landuse, current regulations and programs, as well as emerging technology management. It was an exciting …