Success Stories

No-Till Interview with Bakerlads Farms

Reducing tillage in active agricultural lands is one of many ways to reduce runoff and increase water quality in your watershed.

Harvestable Buffer

Lenawee County Farmer Ed Scheffler talks about the harvestable hay buffer strip that has been in use on his farm since 2018.


Holding Pond

Tom Van Wagner of the Lenawee Conservation District discusses the benefits of a closed loop aquatic system or holding pond.

Rainfall Simulator - Soil Health Demonstration

Paul Gross and Dean Baas, from Michigan State University Extension, give a rainfall simulator demonstration at the 2019 AgroExpo in Michigan. The demonstration covers soil health topics such as runoff, water holding capacity, and aggregate stability.


Solid Manure and Cover Crops

Michigan State University Extension Educator, Sarah Fronczak, discusses the benefits of integrating soil manure and cover crops into your farming practices.

Liquid Manure and Cover Crops

Michigan State University Extension Educator, Sarah Fronczak, discusses the benefits of integrating soil manure and cover crops into your farming practices.

Cover Crops Virtual Field Day - Soil Health

Mitchell Hora meets with Dwight and Nancy Bartle and John Mackson to discuss how to best set yourself up to maximize profit through strategic planning of soil and nutrient management.

Cover Crops Virtual Field Day

Rich & Beverly D’Arcy farm 2,000 acres near Kingston, in Sanilac County. The crops they raise are corn, soybeans, navy beans, and wheat. D’Arcy’s have been no-till for 25-30 years and have been working with cover crops for the last 7-10 years and believe they are a great companion program to