Mission Statement

The mission of the Dodge County Alliance for Healthy Soil – Healthy Water is to build a community dedicated to soil and water health

We had over forty participants who joined the Dodge County Alliance for Healthy Soil – Healthy Water’s Annual Meeting. We thank Scott Stipetich of Pheasants Forever & Quail Forever who was our guest speaker. We encourage Alliance membership.
Membership Form

Dodge County is home to over 21,000 acres of surface water comprising of 31 lakes and ponds and 50 rivers and streams. The county has 2,000 farm operators working on over 300,000 cropland acres, with approximately 40,000 dairy cows plus other livestock. The Alliance, a self-funded non-profit organization, connects the farming community with the lake community while promoting Dodge County successes, education, and projects that improve soil and water.

The week’s format will consist of statewide programming on Monday-Wednesday covering a host of topics from surface to ground to drinking water.
Thursday will concentrate on regions, anchored by the Red Cedar Watershed Conference and its trio of keynote speakers.
Friday is designed to be a day of action, with local events (in person, if possible) including workshops, trainings, and field trips, most organized by your local groups.
The planning committee is working out the details and we’ll have more info soon.

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