WWCC requests members take a brief survey to understand what conservation practices are being done on the land.

Through survey results, we demonstrate the effort farmers are making to improve soil health and water quality. The conservation practices implemented by members not only improve water quality, but also improve productivity of farms through increased yields and reduced input costs. These practices can help the land withstand extreme weather events.

The surveys provide a measurement for WWCC to compare efforts from year to year. The conservation practice survey is a quick and simple way for farmer-led groups to gauge farmer engagement and interest in practices, as well as for our group to share the positive impacts we are making on the environment in our community.

It is critical that we have 100 percent participation. Deadline to complete is Nov. 15.