- U.S. Forest Service Requests for Applications: (i) Forest Restoration and (ii) Cooperative Weed Management AreasSeptember 20, 2022
Grant applications requested by November 14 for Forest Restoration and for Cooperative Weed Management Areas. Informational webinars will be held September 22 and September 27, respectively.
Demonstration Farm Networks demonstrate the best, leading-edge conservation practices to reduce phosphorus and sediment from entering the Great Lakes.
With the help of the Natural Resources Conservation Service through the Environmental Quality Incentives Program, Hunter Strebig made his dreams of turning his grandfather's farm into a successful and sustainable beef cattle operation a reality, with water quality benefits from reduced erosion and nutrient losses.
This year marks the Bay Watershed Education and Training program’s 20-year anniversary. In the 20 years the program has been working around the country, B-WET has been a powerful catalyst for environmental literacy.
Improvements protect wetland by managing water flow, providing passive fish passage, and reducing threats of invasive species in Maumee Area of Concern.