Manure Innovation: Teaching Styles and Marketing Programs

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Solving the Manure Mystery

Erica Rogers, Michigan State University (16 minutes)

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Using Hands-On Activities to Teach Land Application of Manure

Leslie Johnson, University of Nebraska – Lincoln (20 minutes)
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Marketing your Programming

Anne Nardi, University of Wisconsin (14 minutes)
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Questions and Answers

All Presenters (5 minutes)

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Panel Discussion: A Look at Extension Programs Working with Commercial Manure Haulers


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Commercial manure haulers are an important link in the nutrient management process. Panelists from different areas of the country will discuss how they work with manure haulers in their state – examples that range from targeted workshops to certification programs and even professional associations. Information on building relationships with this important audience will be shared along with challenges, successes, and future plans.

Panelists

Melony Wilson – Georgia (moderator)

Leslie Johnson – Nebraska

Mary Berg – North Dakota

Doug Hamilton – Oklahoma

Glen Arnold – Ohio

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