Livestock farmers are turning to Management Intensive Grazing (MIG) to improve animal health, reduce soil erosion, protect our lakes and rivers, and save money and time.
The Stevens Point Area Neighborhood Gardens (SPANG) improve access to fresh, nutritious produce while also creating a place to network and build community.
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 Central Wisconsin Windshed Partners (CWWP) is a cooperative venture between Golden Sands RC&D and our community partners. CWWP helps establish windbreaks by planting trees and provides follow up maintenance and assistance for three years after planting. CWWP helps landowners address soil and improve water quality.