WICST Educational Outreach 2009 through 2011

WICST continues to serve as an ‘outdoor laboratory’ for learning about issues of sustainable agriculture such as crop rotation, environmental stewardship, economic sustainability, and bio-diversity. In addition to field days for the public and farm tours for schools and tech colleges, we have disseminated our research results at regional events (Wisconsin Grazing Conference, WI [...] More »

Education and Outreach Activities for the Oak Savanna Restoration Project

Education and outreach was an integral component of this project. The educational objectives included raising awareness of the importance of the oak savanna ecosystem and providing information on the possible value of managed (rotational) grazing as a tool in restoring degraded oak savanna. The intended audience for the outreach activities included local and [...] More »

WICST Educational Outreach 2001-2002

As in previous years we used the WICST trials as an excellent visual tool to demonstrate and discuss issues of sustainability such as crop rotation, environmental stewardship, economic sustainability, and bio-diversity. In addition to field tours, we have disseminated the WICST research to local and regional events and scientific meetings. Table 1 summarizes [...] More »

WICST Educational Outreach 1999 and 2000

As in previous years we used the WICST trials as an excellent visual tool to demonstrate and discuss issues of sustainability such as crop rotation, environmental stewardship, economic sustainability, and bio-diversity. In addition to field tours, we have disseminated the WICST research to local and regional events and scientific meetings. Nearly 5000 people either [...] More »