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These people did a TREEFIC Job and know a lot about Forestry! ...

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Way to go!Congratulations to these people who really know a lot about aquatics and placed in the top ten for the Aquatics Test. ...

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How are you celebrating National Forage Week?
Forage and forage quality are an important part of livestock production. National Forage Week is a perfect time to analyze your pastures and learn more about forage quality.

🌾 Understanding Forage Quality:
fyi.extension.wisc.edu/forage/files/2017/04/FQ.pdf
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With strong summer thunderstorms, do you know what happens with your topsoil? Leaving plant residue and adding cover crops helps to reduce erosion. Watch this short rain simulator demonstration to see for yourself!
www.youtube.com/watch?v=JEecN7nA-js
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National Pollinator Week, held June 22-28, 2020, is an annual celebration of the many animals that move pollen to help plants make fruit or seeds. Many understand the importance of bees, but are you aware of the many ecosystem benefits of flies, bats, hummingbirds, beetles, and so many more…better together – ants and plants, birds and bees, bats and butterflies. Interested in more resources and activities? Visit our TJSWCD Education Resource Library for more activities, links and resources as we celebrate National Pollinator Week. While visiting www.tjswcd.org look into our TJSWCD Native Plant Page too. ...

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