Management Intensive Grazing (MIG) divides a pasture into paddocks where animals graze in controlled rotations, resulting in better health for livestock, time and money saved for the farmer, and better protection of our lakes and rivers. Find out more!
Pasture walks are an on-farm learning opportunity, where managed grazers share what they have learned about equipment, methods, and cost-sharing.
No-till farming helps the environment by reducing soil erosion, but it also helps your crops by increasing nutrient retention and water infiltration. For help finding equipment to use for interseeding thin pastures and converting hayland to pasture, click for rental resources.
The Stevens Point Area Neighborhood Gardens (SPANG) improve access to fresh, nutritious produce while also creating a place to network and build community. Find out more!
Spring Soil Conference
Managing for the Microbial Communities: the interactions and impacts of soil health and forage quality.
April 16th, 2020, 9:00am - 3:00pm
University of Wisconsin - Stevens Point
The Central Wisconsin Windshed Partners (CWWP) is a cooperative venture between Golden Sands RC&D and our community partners. CWWP helps by offering services for windbreak establishment, tree and grass planting, and three years of follow up maintenance and assistance. Learn more!
For more information on any of our sustainable agriculture programs or to help support these programs please contact us using the form below or by calling our office at 715-343-6215.