Tag Archives: watershed management

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A Tale of Two Cities That Are Partnering with Farmers to Meet Nutrient Reduction Goals

By Jenny Seifert, Watershed Outreach Specialist On the landscape of innovation for improving water quality are public-private partnerships between point sources, such as cities and sewerage districts, and nonpoint sources, particularly farmers, working at a scaleRead More…

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Five Ways Ecosystem Services Market Consortium Can Support Local Watershed Management

By Caroline Wade, Program Director at Ecosystem Services Market Consortium Ecosystem services from natural and working lands, and the need to protect them, have been getting more and more attention in the media and by agriculturalRead More…

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Wisconsin’s Unique Program for Scaling Farmer Leadership: Producer-Led Watershed Protection Grants, a Q&A with Manager Rachel Rushmann

Farmer leadership is critical for scaling up conservation to meet water quality goals, and the state of Wisconsin has a unique program to support farmer leaders: the Producer-Led Watershed Protection grant program, operated through the state’sRead More…