We’re working to use those tools to show farmers, lenders, and other ag professionals why grazing and other conservation practices can unlock a lot of potential benefits to each individual farm and everyone downstream.
Please join us for two unique, hands-on workshops. The first will be in Baraboo on March 22nd at 10 am, and the second will be in Spring Green on April 6th at 10 am. We'll explore the “what-ifs” of changing the crops grown on a farm and how they are managed using GrazeScape and the Compass Tool to show how different farm management practices affect economic and environmental outcomes. They are built using the best available science and data from Wisconsin.
You are invited to attend one or both events! We are also asking for your help reaching out to farmers, lenders, and others who might benefit from imagining a different way of farming in Wisconsin.
Please register so that we have enough computers on hand and have an accurate count for lunch, snacks, and beverages. Please share widely, especially with farmers and others who are not currently grazing.