Welcome to The WaterWay Network, a peer-to-peer forum for Wisconsin and Minnesota farmers and crop consultants to share information and collaborate on topics related to water quality and soil conservation.
With the WaterWay Network, farmers can interact with each other to contribute tips, share experiences and use information provided by others to continue managing their operations efficiently and sustainably. Discussion topics are prompted by experts, starting the conversation and giving users access to valuable information from other farmers, consultants, and Discovery Farms.
Farmers, crop consultants, and handpicked experts are allowed access to discussions once registered. Register and check out the discussion forum to get involved in the conversation!
2016 Nitrogen Use Efficiency Data being posted See here.
Dr. Fabián G. Fernández, Assistant Professor in the Department of Soil, Water, and Climate at the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities.
Dr. Fernández currently works with environmental issues related to nutrient management for corn cropping system. He seeks to identify and implement nitrogen management practices that are sustainable both in terms of minimizing environmental impacts, specifically water quality, and improving crop yields.
Drew Zelle, Engineering Specialist at the Department of Agriculture, Trade, and Consumer Protection.
Drew will be on the discussion forum sharing his experience with soil conservation. He has spent 30 years working with farmers planning, designing, and installing conservation practices that help control soil erosion.
Ag Water Exchange
Keep updated on water quality results and findings with the Ag Water Exchange Blog, brought to you by Discovery Farms
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