|Using EDDMapS to understand Future Invasive Species of the Midwest||Midwest Invasive Plant Network|
In this webinar, Clair Ryan, Midwest Invasive Plant Network (MIPN) Coordinator, discusses MIPN’s work, what dictates plant distribution and spreading potential, climate modeling for the …
|2021||climate-change-adaptation economic-community-development ecosystem-services invasive-species-management rural-community-leadership|
|REGAIN Office Hours: Organizing for Food & Climate Justice in Florida||Florida Food Policy Council|
Erica Hall, Board Chair of the Florida Food Policy Council and longtime advocate for climate justice, social equity, and economic resilience, shares the Florida Food Policy Council’s work in community organizing for climate change resilience.
|2022||climate-change-adaptation crop-rotation-diversification-and-intercropping economic-community-development ecosystem-services farm-business-planning-and-finance farm-conservation-practices leadership-development local-regional-food-systems-and-access minority-and-women-farmer-rancher-support organizational-development-and-partnerships partnerships-and-networking policy-and-regulation racial-equity rural-community-leadership rural-urban-value-supply-chains state-level-policy strategic-planning water-quality-improvement-and-management|
|Grazing Public Lands 101||Pasture Project|
This four-part series is from a two-day virtual convening hosted by the Pasture Project and Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources (WDNR) on grazing public lands.
|2022||beef-cattle ecosystem-services farm-conservation-practices habitat-and-wildlife-management invasive-species-management livestock_management managed-livestock-grazing-systems|
|COMET Farm and Carbon Farm Planning||Quivira Coalition|
Haley Nagle, Outreach & Education Specialist and Data Analyst with COMET Farm Team, and Lynette Niebrugge, Associate Director of Education and Training with Carbon Cycle …
|2022||climate-change-adaptation conservation ecosystem-services policy-and-regulation soil-and-crop-health-and-management soil-health|
|Expanding Regenerative Grazing||Pasture Project|
The Expanding Regenerative Grazing is an interactive resource that uses maps of land use, nutrient loss, and farm trends to show some problems of conventional …
|ecosystem-services farm-conservation-practices managed-livestock-grazing-systems water-quality-improvement-and-management|
|Farmers’ Guide to Solar and Wind Energy in Minnesota||Farmers Legal Action Group & Minnesota Farmers Union|
Wondering if wind and solar energy are right for your farm? Or how to go about installing and producing renewable energy on a large scale? …
|2019||climate-change-adaptation ecosystem-services energy-and-forestry policy-and-regulation|
|AgriVoltaics: Solar Energy on Dairy Farms||Sustainable Farming Association (SFA), Brad Heins, Kirsten Sharpe, Eric Buchanan, Mike Reese|
Brad Heins, researcher with the University of Minnesota West Central Research and Outreach Center, discusses the potential to offset fossil fuel dependence via ground mounted …
|2022||beef-cattle climate-change-adaptation dairy-cattle ecosystem-services livestock_management|
|Producer-led Group Roadmap: Finding Success in Farmer-Led Watershed Organizations||WI DATCAP, Farmers for Sustainable Food, & The Nature Conservancy|
Guided by steps taken by successful existing producer-led groups, the roadmap provides nine sections on how to establish a farmer-led watershed organization that works towards …
|2020||economic-community-development ecosystem-services soil-and-crop-health-and-management soil-health water-quality-improvement-and-management watershed-councils|
|Field Walkover Guide: A practical on farm conservation tool||Amber Radatz, Callie Herron, Kevan Klingberg, Todd Prill, Discovery Farms Wisconsin|
The guide emphasizes the how visual assessments on farm are useful in gauging potential for erosion and is broken into three categories: no signs of …
|2016||cover-cropping economic-community-development ecosystem-services farm-conservation-practices no-till-and-conservation-tillage soil-and-crop-health-and-management soil-health water-quality-improvement-and-management watershed-councils|
|Climate Change Series||MOSES Organic Farming Podcast|
In planning the 2022 MOSES conference, climate change was identified as a major concern for farmers. This three part series includes talks on climate change …
|2021||climate-change-adaptation cover-cropping ecosystem-services farm-conservation-practices habitat-and-wildlife-management no-till-and-conservation-tillage nutrient-application-best-management-practices soil-and-crop-health-and-management soil-health water-quality-improvement-and-management|
|Digital Cafe Webinar Series||Soil Health Nexus|
The Soil Health Nexus Digital Cafe Webinar Series is a collection of monthly webinars talking all things soil health. Each webinar consists of a main …
|2020||agroforestry climate-change-adaptation conservation crop-rotation-diversification-and-intercropping ecosystem-services farm-conservation-practices managed-livestock-grazing-systems organizational-development-and-partnerships policy-and-regulation soil-and-crop-health-and-management soil-health strategic-planning|
|Understanding Agroforestry||Savanna Institute|
This collection of infographics describes five USDA recognized agroforestry practices: windbreaks, silvopasture, riparian buffers, forest farming, and alley cropping. Each infographic outlines the benefits, challenges, …
|2019||agroforestry ecosystem-services farm-conservation-practices|
|REGAIN Office Hours: Mississippi River Resilience Initiative||REGAIN|
Trevor Russell and Erin Meier share their work on the Mississippi River Restoration & Resilience Initiative (MRRRI). MRRI works to advance river-related policy and funding opportunities at the federal level by aiming to strengthen community resilience to climate change and reduce flood risk by restoring floodplains, riverine wetlands, delta and coastal wetlands, and backwaters.
|2021||agroforestry climate-change-adaptation commodity-crops ecosystem-services edge-of-field-practices farm-conservation-practices federal-level-policy habitat-and-wildlife-management invasive-species-management natural-disaster-mitigation nutrient-application-best-management-practices policy-and-regulation soil-and-crop-health-and-management water-quality-improvement-and-management|
|REGAIN Office Hours: Landowner Leadership on Climate in the Upper Midwest||Sharing Our Roots|
Teresa Opheim, Project Director of Climate Land Leaders with Sharing Our Roots, shares her work to bring landowners together to help tackle the climate crisis by establishing conservation goals for their land.
|2019||agroforestry climate-change-adaptation cover-cropping crop-rotation-diversification-and-intercropping economic-community-development ecosystem-services edge-of-field-practices farm-conservation-practices leadership-development managed-livestock-grazing-systems no-till-and-conservation-tillage organizational-development-and-partnerships rural-community-leadership small-grains water-quality-improvement-and-management|
|REGAIN Office Hours: Monroe County Climate Change Task Force||Monroe County Land Conservation Department|
Bob Micheel, Monroe County Land Conservation Department Director, shares his work on the Climate Change Task Force with Monroe County in Wisconsin.
|2021||climate-change-adaptation economic-community-development ecosystem-services leadership-development organizational-development-and-partnerships partnerships-and-networking rural-community-leadership soil-and-crop-health-and-management soil-health water-quality-improvement-and-management|
|REGAIN Office Hours: Dr. Randy Jackson||University of Wisconsin-Madison|
Dr. Randy Jackson of University of Wisconsin-Madison through key questions related to regenerative ag and soil carbon – what are the opportunities to build soil, what are the challenges, and how do we shift away from paradigm of soil mining?
|2021||climate-change-adaptation ecosystem-services farm-conservation-practices managed-livestock-grazing-systems soil-and-crop-health-and-management soil-health|
|REGAIN Office Hours: Audubon Conservation Ranching||National Audubon Society|
Marshall Johnson shares Audubon’s pioneering work on the market-based Conservation Ranching Program which brings farmers, ranchers, retailers and consumers together with grasslands, herds and birds into win-win alignment.
|2021||beef-cattle ecosystem-services farm-conservation-practices habitat-and-wildlife-management livestock_management managed-livestock-grazing-systems value-added-products value-chain-logistics-and-infrastructure|
|REGAIN Office Hour: Green Lands Blue Waters Continuous Living Cover||REGAIN|
Green Lands Blue Waters, along with co-hosts RuralAdvantage and Savanna Institute, discuss examples of leveraging NRCS funds to implement and support Continuous Living Cover (CLC) practices like perennial forage and alley cropping.
|2021||agroforestry conservation ecosystem-services farm-business-planning-and-finance farm-conservation-practices farm-enterprise-planning grants-and-funding-proposals habitat-and-wildlife-management managed-livestock-grazing-systems organizational-development-and-partnerships policy-and-regulation|
|REGAIN Office Hours: Research on Regenerative Ag||REGAIN|
Dr. Jonathan Lundgren discusses his research and education programs on assessing the ecological risk of pest management strategies and developing long-term solutions for regenerative food systems.⠀
|2021||agroforestry cover-cropping crop-rotation-diversification-and-intercropping ecosystem-services farm-business-planning-and-finance farm-conservation-practices farm-enterprise-planning habitat-and-wildlife-management herbicides-fungicides-and-pesticides no-till-and-conservation-tillage soil-and-crop-health-and-management soil-health|
|REGAIN Office Hours: Oh The Places Carbon Can Go!||REGAIN|
Dr. Jasmine Dillon and Dr. Megan Machmuller get in the weeds of soil carbon science and the potential for regenerative grazing to sequester carbon.
|2021||climate-change-adaptation cover-cropping ecosystem-services farm-business-planning-and-finance farm-conservation-practices livestock_management managed-livestock-grazing-systems nutrient-application-best-management-practices soil-and-crop-health-and-management soil-health|
|Pasture Management Online Course||WI School for Beginning Dairy & Livestock Farmers|
The pasture management course is a training program in basic cool-season pasture management and guides the creation of a personalized pasture management plan.
|2019||beef-cattle dairy-cattle ecosystem-services farm-conservation-practices goats-dairy-meat livestock_management managed-livestock-grazing-systems natural-disaster-mitigation sheep-dairy-fiber-meat soil-and-crop-health-and-management soil-health water-quality-improvement-and-management|
|Wisconsin Grazing Resource Library||UW-Madison Extension|
This resource library consists of grazing resources curated by UW Madison Division of Extension.
|2020||beef-cattle cover-cropping dairy-cattle ecosystem-services farm-conservation-practices livestock_management managed-livestock-grazing-systems water-quality-improvement-and-management|
|Conservation Grazing: An Opportunity for Land Trusts and Conservation Organizations||Pasture Project|
Justin Pepper, formerly of the Audubon Society, details how conservation organizations can use grazing to further their goals and why it is such an effective conservation tool.
|2016||ecosystem-services farm-conservation-practices habitat-and-wildlife-management managed-livestock-grazing-systems|
|Grazing Cover Crop Video Tutorials||Pasture Project|
This video tutorial series on grazing cover crops features a set of 14 videos with expert tips and advice from farmers and adaptive grazing expert, Dr. Allen Williams. The videos cover everything from the benefits of cover crops to fencing and watering systems to animal nutrition when grazing cover crops.
|2018||beef-cattle climate-change-adaptation cover-cropping farm-conservation-practices livestock_management managed-livestock-grazing-systems soil-and-crop-health-and-management soil-health water-quality-improvement-and-management ecosystem-services|
|Research Report: Soil Compaction in Grazed Cover Crop Fields||Practical Farmers of Iowa|
This report details the results of a four year research project on the economic and soil health benefits of livestock grazing on cover crops
|2019||climate-change-adaptation cover-cropping ecosystem-services farm-conservation-practices managed-livestock-grazing-systems soil-and-crop-health-and-management soil-health water-quality-improvement-and-management|