Volume 14 | December 2018
We had a few issues with the December WAPAC Monthly Review AND included in this copy is the most recent information from the Legislative Committee from TODAY, December 19.
Please see this edition for ALL current information. Thank you!
2019 WAPAC Breakfast at The Classic
Thursday, January 17, 2019, 7:00 - 8:30AM - Alliant Energy Center, Madison, WI
Please note: Advance registration is required!
This breakfast is held in conjunction with the WABA Classic. WAPAC members, Wisconsin CCAs, conference speakers (including UW-Extension Specialists) and others interested are welcome to attend. The price for the WAPAC Breakfast is $20.00 per person. Registration for the breakfast is separate from the conference registration. Registrations must be received by mail, phone or email no later than January 14, 2019. Payment may be made at the breakfast, but pre-registration is required. If you have questions, please email or call Melisa Skwor, WAPAC Executive Secretary, at wapac1987@gmail.com or (608)957-7320. Enter the Alliant Energy Center and go up the stairs to second floor. The breakfast will be held in the Monona/Wingra Rooms.
Legislative Update

**Up-to-date information as of
December 19, 2018**

Research Committee Update

Bill Schaumberg, Chair of the Research Committee and the Committee have put together a list of potential research projects. View them by CLICKING HERE . If you have any ideas, please forward them on to him by CLICKING HERE.
Scholarship Available - Applications
DUE Monday, December 31st!

WAPAC is offering one $750 scholarship for 2019. If you know of someone interested in applying, please have them visit the WAPAC website and click on the Scholarship tab or... CLICK HERE!
Creating Pollinator Habitat can earn YOU $1,000 Cash  

Sand County Foundation is offering $1,000 cash incentives to crop consultants who advise their clients to plant at least one acre of pollinator habitat on land that was cropped in 2018. Consider this offer as you review yield data and profitability maps this winter. A spring seeding of native perennial grasses and forbs could provide stable cover for a field’s trouble spots while providing critical habitat for pollinators. This incentive is independent of other incentive programs for farm owners/operators. Applications from CCAs or CPCCs will be reviewed on a first-come, first-served basis. Seeding must be completed in the spring of 2019. For more, visit Sand County Foundation’s project webpage .
Don't forget to mark your calendars for the 2019 WAPAC Annual Meeting and Conference!

Thursday/Friday - February 28 - March 1, 2019

Wintergreen Resort & Conference Center

Registration COMING SOON!