Western Wisconsin Conservation Council (WWCC) is offering a program in 2021 to help farmers create a Nutrient Management Plan (NMP). Thanks to a grant from the Wisconsin Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection (DATCP), WWCC will be offering a virtual NMP planning workshop to help members create and implement NMP’s using SnapPlus, Wisconsin’s Nutrient Management Planning software.
- Participants: Open to the first 20 WWCC members that apply who do not have an NMP, who currently outsource their NMP’s to others, or those who just want a refresher on SnapPlus.
- Content: Series consists of 6 modules, all lasting 2 hours each, and delivered online by experienced instructors to teach Nutrient Management basics and the use of SnapPlus in creating Nutrient Management Plans; Instructors are available between sessions to assist with individual questions.
- Incentive: up to $775/participant comprised of up to $375/participant for soil sampling (as well as preferred pricing on soil-sampling services through our approved provider) and $400/participant on completion of an NMP at the end of the course.
If you are interested in learning more, please contact Jamie Fisher at (920)905-3446 or firstname.lastname@example.org with your name, email and preferred phone number and we will add you to our list of potential participants.
Class details are being finalized and you will be contacted when more information is available.