Varsity Hall, Union South | 1308 W Dayton St, Madison
This year’s Forum, “Agriculture, Nitrogen, and Water Quality in Wisconsin”, will include presentations by UW-Madison and Division of Extension experts on the status of Wisconsin’s farm economy, including the current situation and outlook for dairy, corn and soybeans, livestock and meat, and specialty crops, as well as farm income. The afternoon will focus on various efforts around the impact of agriculture, and specifically nitrogen, on water quality in Wisconsin. Speakers from UW-Madison and the Division of Extension will provide an overview of current and future work being done on campus. Following them will be a variety of off-campus stakeholders from around the state sharing their efforts and perspectives on improving water quality in Wisconsin. The program will wrap-up with an audience Q&A session.
Parking: A reserved parking spot for the day of the Forum can be purchased during registration for $20.00. Parking passes must be ordered by Tuesday, January 4thto allow for processing. Attendees who order a parking pass will receive additional instructions by Monday, January 10th.
If you have any issues with the registration site, please contact Conference Management at [email protected]. If you have any questions about the Forum, please contact Jeremy Beach at [email protected]