Update on structural changes to 2021 Wisconsin Cover Crops Conference


Given the challenges of the Covid-19 pandemic, the Wisconsin Cover Crops Conference Committee has made the difficult decision to postpone the live events planned for this year and instead offer a series of learning opportunities you can take part in on your own schedule. This model builds off recent UW-Madison Extension structures in making educational programming more accessible to a wide audience. This year’s planning committee is exploring various avenues to provide technical media, such as videos, posters, and other resources to continue the discussion about topics related to cover cropping and soil health.


As the committee delivering the conference to you, it was important to us to maintain a presence in the field of soil health/cover cropping and deliver information about the latest technologies and practices related to these fields. You’ll be hearing more from us in the coming weeks on how this year’s topics will be structured and, of course, we are looking forward for opportunities to gather in the field in the future and appreciate your continued support.


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Don’t hesitate to reach out with any questions or concerns to Jamie Patton (jjpatton2@wisc.edu , 608.807.8530)


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