Conservation on Tap
Thursday, Feb 20, 2020
5:30-7:00pm at Location to Come
Innovative Conservation to Improve Water Quality with Kyle Minks
Join us on Thursday, Feb 20 from 5:30pm – 7:00pm at a downtown Madison location to be posted soon!
Have a few drinks, learn something new about the world around us, and socialize with people who think cocktails and conservation is a cool combination.
February’s Conservation On Tap speaker is Kyle Minks, Watershed Manager at Dane County Land and Water Resources Department. Kyle will talk about Innovative Conservation to Improve Water Quality.
Kyle coordinates the county’s efforts in implementing the Yahara WIN’s Adaptive Management Project, assisting agricultural producers and landowners with conservation practice implementation, and implementation of the counties 2017 Legacy Sediment budget initiative. He graduated from the University of Wisconsin Stevens Point with Bachelor’s Degrees in both Biology and Water Resources Management in 2007. He also attended the University of Wisconsin Madison graduating with Masters degrees in both Water Resources Management and Soil Science in 2010.