Discovery Farms®, a program of UW-Madison Division of Extension, is a farmer-led research and outreach program focused on the relationship between agriculture and water quality. The program is unique in that it conducts research on privately-owned farms throughout Wisconsin, working with the U.S. Geological Survey to gather credible and unbiased water quality information from monitored sites.
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In this issue: Capturing drainage below the root zone Partner piece: Kewaunee County Introducing the Ag Water Quality Program Get to know our staff Read the full issue
2021 was a successful year for the Discovery Farms Program with many new changes. New projects were started, monitoring equipment was removed from a completed project, new hires were made, and data analysis brought new …
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Walworth and Rock Counties, WI
June 21-22, 2022
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