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We Know You Work Hard

We want to showcase your efforts in reducing nutrient-loss from your serviced fields. How? By looking at adoption rates of products and services you sell, we can quantify how much phosphorus and nitrogen your keeping on client fields! Take our survey now!

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What's in it for you?

1. You'll receive an individual report showcasing your results against aggregate scores in your state and basin-wide.

2. You will also receive an overall report showing trends in adoption of beneficial products and services in the Mississippi River and Great Lakes Basins, plus profitability of those.

3. Receive access to free tools and resources to help you increase sales. It's worth it!

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Join our 81 participating ag retailers that represent over four million acres in the Great Lakes and Mississippi River Basins! They see the value and so will you!

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PARM's NEW Cover Crop Incentive Program

Starting mid-January, PARM is issuing a cover crop incentive for ag retailers to offer their clients $15/acre for up to 80 acres. Retailers in the Blue Earth River (MN) and Yahara River Watersheds (WI) are eligible. For more information, contact our resource management specialist, Michele Wigern at Michele@partnershipfarm.org or 507.382.0203.

Join us on Jan 23rd!

Register for our webinar on the effects of nitrogen rate on profitability and water quality! Hear from Jeffery Vetsch, soil science researcher from the University of Minnesota Southern Research and Outreach Center. Vetsch will present research on nitrogen rate and timing trials conducted on farmer corn fields in Minnesota. Free CCA CEUs are available (1 for crop management and 0.5 for soil & water management, 1.5 total).

Register NOW

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Learn about the economics of rented and owned farmland!

Join us in our new webinar series under Great Lakes Conservation Connect, a collaborative effort of conservation agencies including American Farmland Trust and PARM (project of IPM), focused on engaging women non-operator landowners and farmers to increase conservation practices on rented lands.

In the series' second webinar, Dr. Wendong Zhang will discuss important trends in farmland ownership, tenancy, and transfer in the U.S. and especially in the Midwest. Learn more about how land is acquired, financed and transferred to the next generation, and how land tenure affects marketing and conservation decisions. Free CCA CEUs available (1 for crop management and .5 for professional development, 1.5 total).

Register NOW

The Results are IN!

Thirteen ag retailers representing 183,500 serviced acres in the Yahara River Watershed, Wisconsin took our survey. Their sales of products and services kept an estimated 205,170 lbs. of total phosphorus and 2.4 million lbs. of total nitrogen on fields and out of waterways. Want to know more? Find out HERE

TAKE the 2018 Season Yahara Survey Now!

Ag retailers in counties Dane, Rock and Columbia: Be a part of the movement to quantify your sales into nutrient-loss reductions! Take our survey NOW

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Benefit Your Company, BECOME A PARM MEMBER!

Boost your brand by receiving resources and tools, including your own developed and published press releases showcasing your company's efforts to reduce nutrient-loss from customer fields! Request personalized educational materials for your staff and customers that help you communicate the benefits of products and services like cover crops, variable rate technology and more!

Visit our website or contact PARM's project manager Caitlin@partnershipfarm.org.

Earn $1000 Cash!

Sand County Foundation is offering cash incentives to crop consultants in IA, IL, MN or WI who advise their clients to plant at least one acre of pollinator habitat on land that was cropped in 2018. Consider this offer as you review yield data and profitability maps this winter. A spring seeding of native perennial grasses and forbs could provide stable cover for a fieldís trouble spots while providing critical habitat for pollinators. Applications from CCAs or CPCCs will be reviewed on a first-come, first-served basis. Seeding must be completed in the spring of 2019.

For more information and to apply, visit Sand County Foundationís project webpage.

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Happy 2019!

From all of us at the Partnership for Ag Resource Management!

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