2014 | FFP Science Team
FFP is hiring a coordinator to demonstrate science-driven development of fish habitat conservation and restoration strategies locally, regionally and nationally.
2014 | Kickapoo River Watershed
Valley Stewardship Network is establishing a demonstration site, hosting landowner discussions about economic benefits of best farm management practices, restoring 30 acres of tilled floodplain and conducting water quality monitoring.
2017 | Fishers & Farmers Science & Communications Teams
FFP GIS/science/outreach staff are communicating fish habitat conservation strategies that benefit UMRB streams/rivers, informing strategic habitat conservation plans and engaging people in conservation action.
2017 | Kickapoo River Watershed
Valley Stewardship Network is creating the first farmer-led Iowa State University Science-based STRIPS (Trials of Rowcrops Integrated with Prairie Strips) demonstration and farmer-to-farmer education site in Wisconsin.
2018 | Tainter & Conway Creeks
Tainter Creek Farmer-Led Council, Valley Stewardship Network, Trout Unlimited, Wisconsin DNR and NRCS are stabilizing a mile+ of eroding banks and creating in-stream fish habitat on Tainter and Conway creeks.
2018 | Fishers & Farmers Communications & Science Teams
FFP GIS/science/outreach staff are communicating fish habitat conservation strategies that benefit UMRB streams, informing strategic habitat conservation plans, monitoring social drivers and engaging people in conservation.
2019 | Bad Axe & Kickapoo Rivers
Valley Stewardship Network is supporting four landowner-led watershed councils and demonstrating best management practices on upland and riparian farmland in two major watersheds.
2020 | Monroe County Land Conservation Department
Farmers, landowners, Monroe County Land Conservation and Trout Unlimited are innovating to monitor effectiveness of streambank restoration practices before and after storms, to enhance floodplains, flow regimes and connectivity.
2020 | Fishers & Farmers Communication Team
FFP communications is hosting workshops; Boots on the Ground, a monthly online conversation; and a radio/podcast with TheFarmWI.com, and is contributing to development of Midwest Watershed Training Center.
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