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Crop nutrients and organic inputs are essential for soil health, crop growth and farm profitability, but cropping systems are complex and rainfall is increasingly unpredictable.
For the 23rd year, the Annual Quiet Water Symposium (QWS) brings people together who love the outdoors.
The 2018 Great Lakes Lavender Growers’ Conference will address some of the most pressing issues in Midwestern lavender farming today.
The Michigan Wildflower Conference is a two-day event open to all interested in Michigan native plants and their habitats.
This two-day conference, hosted by the Michigan Farmers Market Association (MIFMA), features tracks for both beginning and advanced farmers market managers, as well as educational sessions led by experts in farmers market management and agriculture.
The Better Process Control School (BPCS) certifies supervisors of thermal processing systems, acidification and container closure evaluation programs for low-acid and acidified canned foods.
Earn ServSafe certification with help from Michigan State University (MSU) Extension, which offers this 8-hour ServSafe training.
The Michigan Natural Shoreline Professional Training and Certification Program is designed for marine and landscape contractors who design, implement and maintain natural shoreline landscapes on inland lakes.
This program’s focus will be how to be successful in getting kids and families fishing.
This conference will address some of these key topic areas along with highlighting the evolution of coastal dunes, variability in Great Lakes ice cover and autonomous vehicles for underwater monitoring.
An experienced Michigan State University Extension food safety educator will teach this class on canning and freezing – two common methods of preserving food.
How will we feed everyone in the year 2050 when the world population is 9 billion people?
Come learn about current and future science and management for cold water and cool water fishes, such as cisco and walleye, under warmer climatic conditions.
Michigan State University Extension and the Michigan Beekeepers’ Association would like to invite you to our Spring Conference.
The Michigan Horticultural Therapy Association (MHTA) is excited for the 38th annual conference in conjunction with Agriculture and Natural Resources Week at Michigan State University (MSU).
Experience the color, fragrance and beauty of spring during the last weeks of winter by attending the Spring Flower Bulb Show in the Conservatory at Hidden Lake Gardens in Tipton, Michigan.