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Where Land and Water Protection Converge: Leveraging Conservation Funding and Partnerships

Date: Tuesday, June 5, 2012
Time: 9:00am-4:30pm Central
Location: Lussier Family Heritage Center, Main Level - Madison, WI
Cost: $25

Registration includes related handouts, continental breakfast and lunch.

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Interested in discovering how to connect with others to conserve more land and water?
Learn how to collaborate with federal, state and local agencies to better protect land in your backyard. Representatives from the Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS), American Farmland Trust, The Nature Conservancy and local land trusts will discuss how they leveraged federal funding programs to increase their conservation impact, and how developing partnerships can and has changed the face of how we protect land and water in the Midwest. You will leave with a better understanding of the federal conservation funding programs available to you and how best to take advantage of these programs to more strategically protect land and water.


For registration questions, please contact Scott Still at 970-245-5811 or

For course content questions, please contact MaryKay O'Donnell at 269-352-7032 or

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