The Minnesota Soybean Research and Promotion Council is asking all soybean growers to take about 20 minutes to tell their conservation story. The survey is on line with the purpose of evaluating current conservation programs from the land owners and farmers they affect. The overall goal is to find out what does work and what needs to be improved to help voluntary conservation programs succeed. If you have used conservation programs and implementing conservation practices please take a few minutes and fill out the survey!

Millions of dollars are invested each year in conservation programs intended to provide cleaner water and better environment in Minnesota. However, some programs work better "in the real world" than others. In addition much more can be done. This survey will help improve the delivery of conservation programs. Farmers and land owners know what works and what does not! Contact the Minnesota Soybean Research and Promotion Council office in Mankato for more information on accessing the survey. Their number is 888-896-9678.


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