In April 2019 partners across the Red River Basin of the North came together for a workshop to examine the available research on the effectiveness and suitability of nutrient reduction beneficial management practices (BMPs) in cold climates. This edition of The Current Webinar series will feature three workshop organizers who will discuss the workshop, how Read more about Nutrient Reduction Best Management Practices in Cold Climates: A review of the 2019 Red River Basin Cold Climate Workshop[…]
Join American Farmland Trust President and CEO John Piotti and special guest Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack for a teletownhall on Wednesday, April 14, @ 5 p.m. PT / 8 p.m. ET. They will discuss the benefits for farmers and ranchers provided by the American Rescue Plan. They will also look ahead to where the Department Read more about Free Range Conversations with Special Guest Ag. Secretary Tom Vilsack[…]
Presenter: Jason Hubbart, Professor of Physical Hydrology and Water Quality and director of the West Virginia University Institute of Water Security. Serves on the Chesapeake Bay Program Science and Technical Advisory Committee. Research focus: Physical hydrology, watershed management and water quality. Register at https://bit.ly/35AVFMt. All sessions are scheduled for 3:00-4:00 p.m. Presentations are free and Read more about – Advancing Hydrologic and Water Quality Mitigation in Contemporary Watersheds: Lessons Learned through Application of the Experimental Watershed Approach[…]
While conservation finance is far from new, there is a wide array of emerging research and innovative models for aligning conservation practice implementation with market-based mechanisms. But how do we translate this research and innovation into implementation? Tune in to this month’s edition of The Current Webinar series as we explore three examples of conservation finance in Read more about From Research and Innovation to Implementation: Examples of Conservation Finance in Action[…]
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Presenter: Jennifer Tank, Galla Professor in the Department of Biological Sciences and director of the Environmental Change Initiative, Notre Dame. Research focus: Cycling of nutrients in stream and rivers, and restoration of ecosystem function. Register at https://bit.ly/35AVFMt. All sessions are scheduled for 3:00-4:00 p.m. Presentations are free and open to the public and will be Read more about – Linking Soil Health to Improved Water Quality Via Planting Cover Crops in Two Indiana Watersheds[…]
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On July 15th, EPA's Water Finance Center will host a 75-minute webinar on three different agricultural-municipal partnerships. Watersheds can benefit when municipal water treatment plants invest in conservation practices on nearby farms. These agricultural-municipal partnerships reflect a commitment to integrated planning across the complete water cycle with a strong emphasis on a highly collaborative and Read more about Improving Watershed Health through Agricultural-Municipal Partnerships[…]
Events Mini Excavator Rodeo Categories: Ages 11-18 & 19 & over Prizes awarded for the most skilled operator Trench Safety and Protective Systems Contractor Supply will demonstrate different types of protective systems for trenching. Presentations at 9:00 a.m. & 1:00 p.m. (Friday) and 9:00 a.m. (Saturday) Iowa Learning Farms ACMOC Antique Machinery Show Iowa ACMOC Read more about Midwest Expo and Field Days[…]