Worzella & Sons, Inc. and the UW Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences Department multi-year research project
Worzella & Sons, Inc. of Plover is collaborating on a multi-year research project with the UW Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences Department looking at newer, more accurate and advanced methods of measuring evapotranspiration (ET), the scientific term for crop water use. This project is being funded by the WPVGA’s Water Task Force and is led by […]
The Central Wisconsin Farmers Collaborative Producer-Led Watershed Protection Group hosted an educational field tour of the Hay Meadow Creek watershed in Portage County on August 19. Wisconsin Wetlands Association Executive Director Tracy Hames talked about how water moves through agricultural landscapes and how farmers and landowners are protecting and maintaining the health of their waters […]
Tracy Hames, Executive Director of the Wisconsin Wetlands Association explains how watersheds work during the Central Wisconsin Farmers Collaborative field day in Hay Meadow Creek (Portage County) on August 19. Hames described how upper watershed wetlands and floodplains help manage water movement and improve water quality. He also showed how you can apply simple wetland […]
The new programs created in Wisconsin Act 223 boost the incredibly powerful and successful farmer-led conservation efforts that we have seen develop across Wisconsin, and WPVGA was proud to support that legislation. Secretary Randy Romanski recently spoke at an event in Plover to highlight this important work.
The World Potato Congress Industry Awards were presented during the 11th World Potato Congress in Dublin, Ireland on May 31, 2022. Awards were presented to Dr. John J. Burke, Richard W. “Dick” Okray, Paul C. Struik and Antoon Wallays for their long and distinctive work in the international potato industry.
The Wisconsin Farm Bureau and Wisconsin Potato and Vegetable Growers Association supported bill prioritizing farmer-led conservation efforts to optimize nitrogen application on farms was signed into law by Governor Evers as Wisconsin Act 223.
Tamas Houlihan, Executive Director of the Wisconsin Potato & Vegetable Growers Association, in favor of Senate Bills 677 and 678
Wisconsin growers are committed to working on solutions to improve water quality in our state. Both of these bills contain provisions that will be important in continuing to improve water quality.
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