Contact(s): Aaron O'Rourke,Water Resources Mgmt. Specialist, 715-839-3775, firstname.lastname@example.org
January 14, 2020
MADISON, Wis. - The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources and University of Wisconsin-Madison Division of Extension are co-hosting a series of Concentrated Animal Feeding Operation (CAFO) update meetings throughout Wisconsin in late January and early February. Meetings will take place in Green Bay, Luxemburg, New London, Fond du Lac, Manitowoc, Dodgeville, Marshfield and Jefferson.
Wisconsin has more than 300 CAFOs throughout the state, and these meetings offer an opportunity for owners, managers, advisors and other CAFO stakeholders to receive updated information to help meet permit requirements. Some of the topics featured are:
The meetings are specifically designed for WPDES permitted CAFO owners/managers, producers considering expansion, nutrient management plan writers and engineers. Each event is $45, or $55 after the early registration deadline, and includes lunch.
More information on the meetings and individual meeting brochures can be accessed here. Registration for the meetings in Green Bay, Luxemburg, New London and Fond du Luc, and Manitowoc can be done online here.