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Water for Agriculture Webinar – Feb. 19th

The multi-disciplinary Water for Agriculture project is hosting a webinar on February 19th at 1:00 p.m. ET on the Voluntary Stewardship Program. The webinar will offer an on-the-ground example of diverse interests engaging in a collaborative process to address issues around preserving agriculture while protecting natural resources like water and fish. For more information, see the attachment or visit: http://water4ag.psu.edu/events/.

This webinar is the first in the Water for Ag Engagement Webinar series, intended to encourage sharing of scholarship and practitioners’ experience with community-based stakeholder engagement in natural resources. The Water for Agriculture project brings together researchers, technical experts, Extension professionals, and communities to foster community-led solutions to the water and agriculture issues most important to them.
-Submitted by K. Devlin, NE Regional Center for Rural Development, PSU

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