Badger Crop Connect 2023

Badger Crop Connect 2023
The UW-Madison Division of Extension’s Ag Institute and the UW-Madison Nutrient and Pest Management Program will be hosting the fourth annual Badger Crop Connect webinar series for the 2023 growing season. The purpose of this series is to provide agronomists, crop consultants, and farmers with timely crop updates for Wisconsin. These free webinars will be offered, on the 2nd and 4th Wednesday of the month at 12:30 PM. Registration is required. You must register for each webinar separately. The entire series is split into three sets of webinars: spring, summer, and fall. Find a list of upcoming webinars and more information on the Badger Crop Connect Webpage.

Save the Date For These Upcomming Events
UW Annual Badger Crops and Soils Update Meetings
The Badger Crops and Soils Update Meetings provide an opportunity for UW faculty and staff to present recent research findings and highlight the most impactful resources for ag producers around the state. This year’s theme will be “Balancing Innovation and Sustainability”. Locations and dates below:11/27: Barneveld, Deer Valley Lodge
11/28: Fond du Lac, UW–Oshkosh, Fond du Lac Campus. This session will be broadcast via Zoom as an online option.
11/29: Stevens Point, Holiday Inn
11/30: Eau Claire, Best Western Plus Conference Center
Details and registration can be found here. Registration coming soon.

Wisconsin Water and Soil Health Conference 
See the flyer below for more information

This program is sponsored by the University of Wisconsin-Madison Division of Extension with special support from the following Extension Educators: Steve Okonek, Josh Kamps, Jerry Clark, Scott Reuss, Kevin Jarek, Natasha Paris, Sam Bibby, and Crops and Soils Program Manager Anne Pfeiffer. Additional support is provided by the Nutrient and Pest Management Program Outreach Specialists: Dan Marzu, North Central Region Specialist, Dan Smith Southwest Region Specialist, and Jordan Schuler, Southeast Region Specialist.
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