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Fox-Wolf Watershed Alliance invites Farmers, Landowners, and Agronomists to attend upcoming Farmer Roundtable events

Upper Fox-Wolf / Winnebago Waterways
Redefining the Soil Health Conversation
Wednesday, February 16, 2022
Fin ‘n Feather, Winneconne
Farmers & Landowners: $5 per person
Agronomy & Conservation Staff: $25/person
Agenda topics include getting started with soil health practices, planting methods and residue management, farm economics, manure management, equipment set-up, and who to contact for farmer resources.

Lower Fox River / Keepers of the Fox
The Economics of Carbon
Thursday, February 17, 2022
Van Abel’s of Hollandtown, Kaukauna
Farmers & Landowners: Free
Agronomy & Conservation Staff: $25/person
Agenda topics include lessons from planting green, equipment set up for no-till, low disturbance manure injection, successes in interseeding, new cover crop species, and updates on local trials

Keith Berns, co-owner of Green Cover Seed, will give the keynote message at both events, addressing seven things he’s learned about cover crops at Wednesday’s event and a presentation on “Carbonomics,” how a carbon-rich, healthy soil mirrors a healthy economy at Thursday’s event.

Registration for each event includes refreshments, a hot lunch buffet, and drink ticket for networking hour.

Visit for more event information and to register. Advance registration is required. Attendees also have an opportunity to register for breakfast with Keith Berns before Wednesday’s event (small additional fee). Event RSVPs are due Sunday, February 6.

The Farmer Roundtable Planning Teams are led by Fox-Wolf Watershed Alliance and includes crop consultants, agency staff, farmers, and non-governmental organizations. The team strives to ensure the Farmer Roundtable is farmer focused and farmer driven. The goal is for farmers to share lessons learned about conservation practices and for participants to receive relevant and practical advice for their individual farm and the watershed. In recent years, the Lower Fox event drew more than 130 attendees from northeast WI, the majority being farmers and crop consultants.

Fox-Wolf Watershed Alliance
The Fox-Wolf Watershed Alliance is a non-profit organization that works with partners to protect and restore the water resources of the Fox-Wolf River Basin. We believe a holistic approach to watershed management is necessary in order to meet water quality goals. Fox-Wolf is focused on finding cost effective, science-based solutions, and working with partners to maximize efficiencies bringing resources to those who are already doing great work and utilizing our strengths to fill the gaps when needed. Learn more about Fox-Wolf at