Indiana Conservation Partnership

.

Webinars

The Indiana Conservation Partnership (ICP) Leaders host webinars periodically to update member agencies on ongoing and upcoming projects, as well as to provide members with the opportunity to connect with Partnership leaders and fellow members. Recent webinars are listed below, along with links to recordings of them.

March 13, 2018
View the recorded webinar
ICP Leader Update

March 21, 2018
Plant/Weed ID webinar
Bill Johnson, Extension Weed Scientist at Purdue and Joe Ikley, Asst Scientist
Weed ID Key

Download individual partner presentations:

ISDA Presentation

IDEM Presentation

IASWCD CCSI Presentation

Special Projects – Northern Indiana Presentation

Special Projects – Southern Indiana Presentation

March 21, 2013
View recorded webinar (login: DNRHost1, password: Webinar1)
Provided updates on target areas that will benefit everyone within the partnership. You will hear from agencies on topics directly related to day to day activities.

  • Agenda:
    CCSI Regional Hubs – Lisa Holscher (IASWCD-CCSI)
    Hazardous Algae Blooms – Cindy Wagner (IDEM)
    2013 Tillage Transect – Jim Lake (ISDA)
    Food Security Act Compliance – Susan Hovermale (FSA)

September 12, 2012
View the recorded webinar
 (login: DNRRecording@dnr.in.gov, password: Webinar1)
Highlights the Partnership’s recent accomplishments and upcoming plans and challenges.

  • Agenda:
    ICP 4 Focus Areas – Larry Clemens
    On Farm Network – ISDA
    CREP / SAFE – FSA
    National Initiatives – NRCS
    LARE / Healthy Rivers Initiative – DNR
    Conservation Beyond 2016 – SSCB
    CAFO Rules / 319 and 205j – IDEM
    Certification and Training – NRCS
    Purdue Extension – Purdue
  • Webinar .ppt slides (PDF) Part 1
  • Webinar .ppt slides (PDF) Part 2
  • Additionally, this comprehensive map shows the geographic focus areas of a variety of conservation initiatives, such as the Mississippi River Basin Initiative, the Conservation Reserve Enhancement Program, and the Healthy Rivers Initiative, currently in place in Indiana.