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2017 Successes from the Field

You asked, we listened. Success stories directly from the field related to topics farmers and landowners care about: what works for cover crops in my county, how can I improve my woodlands, what’s available to help pollinators, how can I heal my soil and help my water quality, and more. You’ll find answers in these stories,
from farmers and landowners who successfully partner with NRCS to receive assistance in putting conservation
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Dane County Jerome and Jackie

Dane County: Century Farm Restores Woodlands, Savanna and Trout Stream
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Walworth Pasture Walk

Walworth County: 16th Annual Prairie Walk Returns to Its Roots
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Hilgarts Wisconsin Rapids

Wood County: Central Wisconsin Family Farms Diverse and Sustainable
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Eau Claire Butterfly SuccessEau Claire County: If you build it (habitat), they will come.
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Durand Streambank Success

Pepin County: Partnering to Restore Fall Creek
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Juneau Cover Crop Success

Dodge County: A Leader in Conservation
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Portage Success

Columbia County: EQIP Helps Yorkshire Rose Farm Grazing Sheep
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Barron SS Success

Barron County:
Thinking Outside
the Box

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West Bend SuccessWashington County: Grazing for Soil Health
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Fond du Lac, Dawn and Richard SlagerFond du Lac County: Produce With a Purpose
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Fond du Lac, frost seeding clover close-up.Fond du Lac County: Frost Seeding Clover?
It Works!

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Oconto County, Jim Mahoney and Jeff Maroszek evaluate corn.Oconto County: Double Duty Cover Crop Boosts Yields
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Polk County, emptying the pit for the last time.Polk County:
Pit be Gone

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Jackson CountyJackson County: Local Producer Talks Organic Transition and Pastures
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Green LakeGreen Lake County: Decades of Conservation
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Richland SuccessRichland County: The Ridge & Valleys of Richland County
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Burnett County

Burnett County: Surface and Groundwater Protection Efforts Pay Off
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Vernon County

Vernon County: EQIP Assists in Restoring Stream Function
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Success Story

Oneida County: Family Fishing Day Promotes Conservation Education
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Success Story

Monroe County:
Sinkhole Treatment -
A Groundwater Protection Practice

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Success StoryKewaunee County: For the Uncommon Love of Backyard Bats
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dodgeville success

Iowa County: Beef Producers Use EQIP and a "Razor" to Improve Pastures
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ellsworth success

Pierce County: A "Honey of a Program"
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merrill success

Lincoln County: Early Successional Habitat in Aspen Stands
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Baraboo  story

Sauk County: RCPP Reduces Erosion in the Baraboo River Watershed
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St Croix story

St. Croix County: Students Plant Seeds to Benefit Pollinators
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Green Bay story

Brown County: Rotational Grazing Affords Easy Profits, Less Work
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Success in the Field

Rock County: Volunteer Efforts Restore Habitat for Rare Species
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Success in the Field

Green County: Waste Separation and Soil Health Benefits
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Success in the Field

Clark County: No-Till Dairy Farming
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Successes in Oshkosh, Wis.Winnebago County: Farmers See Benefit
of No-Till
and Cover Crops

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high tunnels and hoop houses

Ashland County: High Tunnels Take Hold in Northern Wisconsin
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Medford wis.

Taylor County: Planning is Key to Grazier's Success
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RhinelanderVilas County Forestry:
A Place of Solitude

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