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Irrigators Clinic 

The annual Irrigators Clinic will be focused on a variety of irrigation topics, including research, nitrogen fertilizer management, conservation economics, crop response to temperature and water, soil moisture sensors, and a local farmer perspective.


The topics presented will be geared towards landowners who have irrigators or are looking at implementing irrigation water management. 

The Clinic will be held on Monday, March 6, 2023, at the Greenwald Pub from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. The cost to attend is $10, however the registration fee includes lunch, refreshments, and a full day of quality content. Registration at the door increases to $20, if not pre-registered. 


Registration deadline is February 27, 2023, and can be completed via online with the link below. Payment accepted is credit card or check. 

This event is organized by Pope, Stearns, Kandiyohi, Swift, and Douglas Soil and Water Conservation Districts and the Minnesota Department of Agriculture (MDA). 

Sponsoring the event includes: MN Ag Water Quality Certification Program, Citizens Alliance Bank, EarthScout, Nutrien Ag Solutions, West Central Irrigation, Inc., Bonanza Valley State Bank, Pro-Ag Farmers Cooperative, Chippewa Valley Ethanol Company, Belgrade Coop Association, NutraDrip Irrigation Systems, Grand Irrigation, Inc., and Cold Spring Coop. 

This update will provide CEUs for Certified Crop Advisors (approval pending). 

Event Information 


Monday, March 6, 2023


9 a.m. - 3 p.m. Central time


Greenwald Pub

310 1st Ave N, Greenwald, MN 56335


$10 (includes lunch & refreshments). Registration at the door - $20. 

Checks can be sent to: 

Payable to:

Stearns SWCD 

Mail to: (when sending through mail allow for at least 3 or more days for it to arrive to the office)

Attn: Sharyn

Stearns SWCD

110 2nd St. S., Suite 128

Waite Park, MN 56387


Required by February 27, 2023, via online payment or check. Link available below. 


  • Managing Nitrogen for Corn Production in Irrigated Sands

  • Irrigation Regional Conservation Partnership Program (RCPP) to Implement Innovative Irrigation Practices

  • Local Perspective on Cropland Irrigation Practices

  • Lessons Learned from Irrigation Management Research in Minnesota

  • Soil Moisture Sensors for Irrigation Systems

  • Crop Response to Extreme Temperature and Water

  • Conservation Economics on Minnesota Farms


Stearns County SWCD 

320-251-7800 ext.3



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