The 2016 Wisconsin Cover Crops Conference will be held Tuesday August 30 in the Lancaster area. The one-day conference, whose theme is “Coupling soil health and economics,” will feature a bus tour highlighting the operations of several local cover crop users, both dairy/ livestock and cash grain, as well as cover crop research at the Lancaster Research Station. Special emphasis will be placed on using cover crops to improve the “bottom line.” Continuing education credits for agricultural professionals will be available.
The conference is a joint effort of the Michael Fields Agricultural Institute, Wisconsin NRCS, UW-Extension and UW Agricultural Research Stations. Information for the full program and additional details will be published soon. For more information please contact Jim Stute, (262) 642-3303, firstname.lastname@example.org